This episode of ATM Stories invites you look to back at the major steps and projects of the bank that facilitated the customers transition to the new european currency, the euro. Back in 1998, when we still counted in Francs, Marks, Pesetas…
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About the history of the euro, you may also be interested in this article
[Article] CHANGING OVER TO THE EURO – A CHALLENGE FOR BANKS
The euro became the official currency of the Eurozone’s member countries on 4 January 1999. The new currency could be used as “book money” i.e., for banking entries, although coins and notes would enter circulation only three years later on 1 January 2002.