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    The baht ( / bɑːt /; Thai: บาท, pronounced [bàːt]; sign: ฿; code: THB) is the official currency of Thailand. It is divided into 100 satang ( สตางค์, pronounced [sà.tāːŋ] ). The issuance of currency is the responsibility of the Bank of Thailand. SWIFT ranked the Thai baht as the 10th-most-frequently used world payment currency as of January 2019.

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    The Thai baht, like the pound, orig­i­nated from a tra­di­tional unit of mass. Its cur­rency value was orig­i­nally ex­pressed as that of sil­ver of cor­re­spond­ing weight (now de­fined as 15 grams), and was in use prob­a­bly as early as the Sukhothai pe­riod in the form of bul­let coins known in Thai as phot duang (Thai: พดด้วง). These were piece...

    Rama III (1824–1851) was the first king to con­sider the use of a flat coin. He did so not for the con­ve­nience of traders, but be­cause he was dis­turbed that the crea­tures liv­ing in the cowrie shells were killed. When he learned of the use of flat cop­per coins in Sin­ga­pore in 1835, he con­tacted a Scot­tish trader, who had two types of ex­p...

    In 1851, the gov­ern­ment is­sued notes for 1⁄8, 1⁄4, 3⁄8, 1⁄2, and 1 tical, fol­lowed by 3, 4, 6, and 10 tam­lu­eng in 1853. After 1857, notes for 20 and 40 ticals were is­sued, also bear­ing their val­ues in Straits dol­lars and In­dian ru­pees. Un­dated notes were also is­sued be­fore 1868 for 5, 7, 8, 12, and 15 tam­lu­eng, and 1 chang. One att...

    Ngoen (เงิน) is Thai for "sil­ver" as well as the gen­eral term for money, re­flect­ing the fact that the baht (or tical) is fore­most a unit of weight for pre­cious met­als and gem­stones. One baht = 15.244 grams. Since the stan­dard pu­rity of Thai gold is 96.5 per­cent, the ac­tual gold con­tent of one baht by weight is 15.244 × 0.965 = 14.71046...

    The Bank of Thai­land adopted a se­ries of ex­change con­trols on 19 De­cem­ber 2006, which re­sulted in a sig­nif­i­cant di­ver­gence be­tween off­shore and on­shore ex­change rates, with spreads of up to 10 per­cent be­tween the two mar­kets. Con­trols were broadly lifted on 3 March 2008 and there is now no sig­nif­i­cant dif­fer­ence be­tween of...

    (in Thai) Compare exchange rates of the Thai Baht from many bank in Thailand.
    (in English, German, and French) The banknotes of Thailand
  2. เงินบาท (ตัวละติน: Baht ; สัญลักษณ์: ฿ ; รหัสสากลตาม ISO 4217: THB) เป็นสกุล เงินตรา ประจำชาติของ ประเทศไทย เดิมคำว่า "บาท" เป็นหนึ่งในคำใช้เรียก หน่วยการชั่งน้ำหนักของไทย ปัจจุบันยังมีใช้ในความหมายเดิมอยู่บ้าง โดยเฉพาะในการซื้อขาย ทองคำ เช่น "ทองคำวันนี้ราคาขายบาทละ 15,000 บาท" หมายถึงทองคำหนักหนึ่งบาทสามารถขายได้ 15,000 บาท ในสมัยที่เริ่มใช้ …

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  4. Until 1880, the Thai Baht was fixed to the British Pound at a rate of 8 TBH to 1 GBP. This rate changed several times until the Baht was re-pegged to the Japanese Yen at par during World War II. After the war, the currency changed its peg to 20.8 Baht per 1 US Dollar, then to 20 Baht per US Dollar in 1978, and to 25 Baht in 1984. Financial Crisis.

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    The Thai baht, like the pound, originated from a traditional unit of mass. Its currency value was originally expressed as that of silver of corresponding weight (now defined as 15 grams), and was in use probably as early as the Sukhothai period in the form of bullet coins known in Thai as phot duang (Thai: พดด้วง).These were pieces of solid silver ...

    Rama III (1824-1851) was the first king to consider the use of a flat coin. He did so not for the convenience of traders, but because he was disturbed that the creatures living in the cowrie shells were killed. When he learned of the use of flat copper coins in Singapore in 1835, he contacted a Scottish trader, who had two types of experimental coi...

    In 1851, the government issued notes for ​1⁄8, ​1⁄4, ​3⁄8, ​1⁄2, and 1 tical, followed by 3, 4, 6, and 10 tamlueng in 1853. After 1857, notes for 20 and 40 ticals were issued, also bearing their values in Straits dollars and Indian rupees. Undated notes were also issued before 1868 for 5, 7, 8, 12, and 15 tamlueng, and 1 chang. One att notes were i...

    Ngoen (เงิน) is Thai for 'silver' as well as the general term for money, reflecting the fact that the baht (or tical) is foremost a unit of weight for precious metals and gemstones. One baht = 15.244 grams.Since the standard purity of Thai gold is 96.5 percent, the actual gold content of one baht by weight is 15.244 × 0.965 = 14.71046 grams; equiva...

    The Bank of Thailand adopted a series of exchange controls on 19 December 2006, which resulted in a significant divergence between offshore and onshore exchange rates, with spreads of up to 10 percent between the two markets. Controls were broadly lifted on 3 March 2008 and there is now no significant difference between offshore and onshore exchang...

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  5. One-hundred-baht banknote - Wikipedia One-hundred-baht banknote The 100 baht note ( 100฿) is one of the most commonly used Thai baht banknotes and has been used since 1892. The 17th series notes are currently in circulation having been introduced in 2018. The 15th, 16th and 16th (special) series are also very common in circulation.

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