Facebook currency symbols can really be useful if you buy a lot of things online, especially if they are shipping from overseas. If you know how to indicate the various forms of currency in your Facebook chat window, you can tell all your friends what you’ve ordered and how much it cost.
If you want to use these currency symbols in your Facebook status updates or chat window, all you have to do is copy and paste the symbol from this page into Facebook. Most of these are standard symbols that appear on the keyboard in the various countries they are used in, but if you’re dealing with more than one currency you’ll need to know how to display them using your normal keyboard.
Facebook Symbols for Money
Facebook Cents Symbol
Since most prices are over a dollar, you may not have even noticed that the cents symbol is not on the standard US keyboard. This symbol can be used if you are talking about the price of something that is less than a buck.
Facebook Pound Symbol
If you’re buying products from Great Britain, you’ll be paying in pounds. Great Britain is the only major European country that doesn’t use the Euro.
Facebook Euro Symbol
Speaking of Euros, you will use them if you buy something anywhere else in Europe. If you are buying a fashionable dress from Paris, you’re going to need to use the Euro symbol to brag about your purchase to your friends on Facebook chat.
Facebook Yen Symbol
The yen symbol is the symbol for Japanese currency. Perhaps you are planning a trip to Japan and need to figure out how much things cost so you know how many dollars you’ll need to exchange for yen.
Facebook Currency Symbol
You probably don’t know this symbol. That’s all right; not many people do. You can use it if you can’t get the proper currency symbol for the type of money you are talking about. You can also use it as a decorative symbol.
There are more currency symbols in other parts of the world, but the symbols above cover the most commonly used currencies. If you know some of the other Facebook currency symbols, please leave a comment!