|Subdivision||1 Kedalf = 100 Runichs|
|Exchange Rate to USD||See Below|
|Currency Code||KED (revoked)|
The Kedalf was the standard currency in Kedalfax and it's territories for over 100 years. In February of 2007, the Kedalf was discontinued, and the Simoleon became the new national currency. A special holiday was held on February 28, 2007. On this day, citizens could exchange Kedalfs for Simoleons without charge. Between 10 PM and midnight that night, all banks were to convert people's bank balances to Conargo.
Characteristics of Kedalf print
Kedalfs were printed on a cotton-based paper, much like the US dollar. It mimicked the US dollar in many ways, except that real Kedalfs contain two threads of an undisclosed metal, an undisclosed distance from each edge. It had become common knowledge that, like the US dollar, it was actually two pieces of a cotton-based paper glued together using a special kind of glue, in incredibly small amounts. This glue was manipulated to show watermarks, such as hidden faces. By federal law, any time that a 1000 or 500 Kedalf bill was used, a valid ID must be shown, and the bill had to be reported to the Treasury Department, or run through an approved scanner, to ensure that it was not counterfeited. These scanners could also be used on all types of bills.
Most of the pictures on the obverse side were Kedalfaxian Politicians from the past.
|Ked$ 1||Pieter M. Sharpe||Capitol Building|
|Ked$ 5||George W. Cartver||Restine Phebe(Natl. animal)|
|Ked$ 10||William T. MacNamera||Supreme Court Building|
|Ked$ 20||J.R. Mifflin||Hollywood House (President's house)|
|Ked$ 50||James Salsin||Department of defense Building|
|Ked$ 100||Leonard B. Fasillis||Capitol Building|
|Ked$ 500||James Dylan||Capitol Building|
|Ked$ 1000||Pieter M. Sharpe||Capitol Building|
The Kedalf was used in multiple nations, all with varying economies. Because NS and NS Economic calculators did not allow for one currency to be used by multiple nations, an exchange rate had to be found differently. Generally this was found by averaging the exchange rates for each nation together.
The exchange rate on 18 February, 2007 (shortly before it was discontinued) at 10:35 AM was K$.994466=NS$1.