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Let’s talk about money with the Euro Banknote Emoji. We use euros in countries that belong to the European Union. The euro emoji looks like a wad of euros wrapped together using a band.

Different platforms shows a variety of positions for the euro symbol. It also has various color designs for both the cash and the band depending on the platform. The dominant colors are usually yellow, green, blue, and purple. It is also important to note that the number 100 may also appear depending on the platform.

Using the euro emoji has a lot to do with both the European countries that use the currency and money in general. It belongs to a group of currency emojis, including the Dollar emoji, Pound emoji, and Yen emoji. Using the euro emoji would mean that you are involved in money in the euro currency.

Place the Bank emoji next to the euro emoji and the Pedestrian emoji to signal that you are going to the bank to inquire about or do business with euros. Another way of using the emoji is placing the emoji next to the Right Arrow emoji and another currency emoji. This implies foreign exchange, changing euro into another currency. Finally, placing the euro emoji next to the European Union emoji or other European flags, and some form of transportation emoji would imply a trip around Europe.

💶 Euro Banknote is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010, and was added to Emoji 1.0.

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Euro Banknote Emoji History

Euro Banknote Emoji is created in the year 2010.

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