| Coins is Fair Game!
This article is about something actually in the real Club Penguin, and therefore it is fair game, which means anybody can edit it, without having to worry about OOC (out-of-character) rules! (within good reason).
There is more information available on this subject at Coins on the Club Penguin Wiki!
|Club Penguin Gold Coin|
|Source||Mints and Treasuries|
|Location||Club Penguin, Ninja Archipelago|
|Cost to build||0.75 Coins (wait, what?)|
|Cost to buy||1 coin|
|Cost to sell||1 coin|
Coins, or formally known as the Club Penguin Gold Coin, is the currency of Club Penguin and of many countries in the Ninja Archipelago as well as some free republics. It is considered the standard for Antarctic currency, which Fish (USA) and dollars (Polaris) are always on par with.
The coin has a picture of a Fluffy Fish on it, representing the main cuisine in Club Penguin.
The gold coin used to be made out of pure gold, smelted from ores picked from mines across the Island. However, as the population grew and the mines were exhausted, the government needed to make more gold coins, so they allowed other metals to be made into coins such as zinc. This allowed for more inflation to occur, and after Fish and dollars started to rise in use, and countries producing coins began to suffer economically, the value of the Club Penguin gold coin started to decline.
- United States of Antarctica (alongside the Fish)
- United Provinces
- Axle Powers