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Ben asks: What type of ruble bill is commonly used? Is a 5000 ruble bill common to have in your wallet for example?
Expert's answer:
1,000, 500 and 100 rubles banknotes are the most frequently used. Today, 5,000 rubles is the largest banknote in Russia and is used less often in everyday life. Also, such payment methods as debit cards are becoming more and more common.
Ashok Patel asks: Are there any currency exchange centers in Kyzyl?
Expert's answer:
You can exchange currency in local banks, here is the list of banks in Kyzyl. It is the safest way. You can translate sites using this service.
Amelia asks: I have a 100,000 rubles dated 1995. Is it worth anything? And can I trade for US currency?
Expert's answer:
This banknote is no longer a means of payment and you can not exchange it in a bank. It has a small collection value, about 10-15 USD. So you can just keep it as an interesting souvenir.
Ed Read asks: I have a Russian Ruble 10,000 note dated 1993. Is this note still good currency? Thank You, Ed
Expert's answer:
The banknote you have was valid before the denomination of 1997. Later, until 2002, you could exchange it for a new banknote. Today, this banknote has only a small collection value, so you can leave it as an interesting souvenir.

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