Russian throws ‘effectively worthless’ rubles into mall; has no takers
- The value of the ruble is 0.0077 cents per dollar.
- The buyer threw in what appeared to be 100-ruble notes, but no one seemed to catch any.
- Even so, the notes wouldn’t add up to a penny individually.
The value of
It was not the most dominant currency in forex trading initially, but now the ruble is worth 0.0077 cents for the
The buyer sticks his hand in a bag and throws the “worthless” ruble bills, but no one bats an eyelid, let alone catches him.
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“A Russian man throws money in a mall because the ruble is actually worth nothing,” the caption read.
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One user said he “likes that no one” even tries to collect the money.
Another user in the comments claimed to have seen “at least one catch it”
The tickets, based on color, appear to be worth 100 rubles each. Or so it’s guesswork. As one user pointed out, the lowest ruble paper note is 5 rubles and hasn’t been “minted for more than 20 years”. Denominations of 5 and 10 rubles are rare.
Even if these banknotes were 100 rubles, their value would be less than a penny.