Many people have a dream to have the money they can’t finish, or to count the money and cramps, but this one that sounds unrealistic is really possible in Somaliland. In the country of Somaliland, it is really a poor country with only “money”. Although this country is recognized as one of the poor and backward regions in the world, the people here are very headaches and money, because they really It is too much.
There is a globally unique banknote market in Somaliland. This banknote market is allowed to sell the currency of their country. In the Hargeisa banknote market, it is Somaliland’s money that you can see on the ground where you can see it. The money is called “shilling.” From the time of publication in 1994, the country’s money 7,000 shillings can be exchanged for one dollar, which means that if you want to buy a thing, you have to buy a bundle of money to buy it. I am afraid that it is a bit of a hassle to take the bus.
In many markets in Somaliland, we can see that many people have lost confidence in their coins, and even dumped the money in their homes on the ground, because their local people are like their own currency. There is no value in looking at paper. Some exaggerated to some family conditions are a little better, the money is full of the whole house and it is difficult to send out the whole house. Even the flowers of the people’s headaches are not enough to occupy the place.
In such a country, the local economy is very low. Although the country does not prohibit the sale of banknotes, the money cannot be damaged after all. Even if it is worthless, it should be protected and it will be suspected of breaking the law. Walking in the banknote market, on the stalls, just one person is pulling the money into a shackle, and he is simply a small private bank. I saw a few bundles of money running across the street in the hands of the roadside. Even if I lost a few, I wouldn’t go back and look at it because they felt that these “papers” were really a waste of time. It’s better to take a break.
It is also true that this country has become a country with only “money” in the eyes of many people, and a custom like this has become a famous local landscape, attracting many tourists to visit such a “Financial Street.” In this street, we can see many tourists visiting, and the local people will sell their money to these tourists in exchange for something truly valuable.
There was a media report that an American tourist arrived in Somaliland. He was also very curious to see such a custom, so he also wanted to pay $100 to a local salesman who was counting money and cramping. The boss of the currency, what he did not expect was that the boss directly unloaded the “shilling” of his own car and gave him the shock of the American tourist on the spot. He did not expect that the US dollar changed so much. The currency, a person can not finish, and eventually only took a bundle back, the rest remained in the local.