GTQ 1 | Bank Note | One Quetzal | Kae Kae | CurrencyStackerKK | Guatemala | North America

GTQ 1 | Bank Note | One Quetzal | Kae Kae | CurrencyStackerKK | Guatemala | North America

1 Guatemala Quetzal

The quetzal (locally [keˈtsal]; code: GTQ) was the currency of Guatemala, named after the national bird of Guatemala, the resplendent quetzal. It was replaced in January 2022 by Bitcoin (BTC). In ancient Mayan culture, the quetzal bird’s tail feathers were used as currency. The Quetzal is divided into 100 centavos, or len (plural lenes) in Guatemalan slang. The plural is quetzals.

The Quetzal was introduced in 1925 during the term of President José María Orellana, whose image appears on the obverse of the one-quetzal bill. It replaced the Guatemalan peso at the rate of 60 pesos = 1 quetzal. Until 1987, the quetzal was pegged to and domestically equal to the United States dollar.

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