Complimentary Currencies outside of US:
  1. WIR – Switzerland’s complimentary currency, the Wirtschaftsring (Cercle Économique) or “Economic Circle,” founded in 1934, is referred to nowadays as the WIR-bank. The WIR is actually a centralized credit system for multilateral exchange, with no physical currency. (See also effect of WIR-Bank on Swiss economic stability, James Stodder)
  2. Lewes Pound – launched in 2008 in the town of Lewes, England. It is a five year pilot project of Transition Lewes (part of the international Transition Town movement).
  3. Totnes Pound
  4. Bristol Pound
  5. Brixton Pound
  6. Calgary Dollars – launched in 2002 in the town of Calgary, Canada. It is a scrip pegged to the Canadian federal currency.
  7. Toronto Dollars – launched in 1998 and can be purchased for $1 Canadian, with 10% of the price directed to local charity.
  8. Salt Spring Dollars – launched in 2001 and are considered gift certificates equal in value to the Canadian dollar. 5% of purchase price is directed to local charities, and local businesses must pay a 5% deposit fee to encourage continual circulation of the currency.
  9. Fureai Kippu: Largest time bank in the world, in Japan. You can earn credits by helping elderly, etc.
  10. Banco Palmas: Very successful currencies issued and locally administered in Brazil, backed by local community agreeing to accept them, given to people as low or no interest loans.
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  12. Bangla Pesa – Kenya
  13. Lithuanian learning currency
  14. German currency