Kazakhstan introduced first 20,000 tenge banknote

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In December 10, 2015
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Source: National Bank of KazakhstanKazinform

The National Bank of Kazakhstan has issued a 20,000 tenge (US$65) banknote for the first time in its history, double the highest denomination previously (previously the largest Kazakh banknote was 10,000 tenge).

As the press service of the National Bank of Kazakhstan informs, the issuance of the banknote is dedicated to the Day of the First President of Kazakhstan. As it was informed, 20000 banknotes are in circulation since December 1, 2015.

The banknote was designed in 2013.

The gray – blue coloured bill features the monument to Kazakhstan’s independence on one side and the presidential palace on the other.

KZT20t Image: National Bank of Kazakhstan