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Starterkits Slowakei

Beitrag von Kai » 26. Juni 2008 08:53

Die Starterkits aus der Slowakei werden nach Angaben meines Kontaktes dort wohl den Gegenwert von 500 Kronen enthalten.

Da der Umrechnungskurs auf -

"The central rate of the koruna to the euro has been set at 1 euro = 30.1260 Slovak koruna."

- Also ca. 30 Kronen festgesetzt wurde

werden die Starterkits also um die 16 Euro enthalten.

Genaueres wurde noch nicht mit geteilt - die Stückelung folgt noch.

Angaben sind aber seitens des Slowaken 'ohne Gewähr'

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Re: Starterkits

Beitrag von KME » 15. Juli 2008 15:25

Die 'National Bank of Slovakia' hat heute in einer Pressemitteilung die Details bekannt gegeben.

Ausgabe: 01.12.2008
Auflage: 1.200.000
Nennwert: 16,60 Euro = 500,09 SK

Die Zusammensetzung kann der nachfolgenden Tabelle entnommen werden.
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Re: Starterkits

Beitrag von Kai » 13. November 2008 11:05

Ein kleiner Film zur Herstellung :

[flv]http://i.sme.sk/datamm/3/65/6583/1292_e ... .16400.flv[/flv]

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Re: Starterkits

Beitrag von Kai » 18. November 2008 01:02

Ein erstes Bild :jubel: ab sofort zu bestellen im Starshop
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Re: Starterkits

Beitrag von Kai » 30. November 2008 10:04

Morgen ist es soweit - die Starterkits werden in den Umlauf gegeben
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Re: Starterkits

Beitrag von Kai » 1. Dezember 2008 22:11

Frisch eingeflogen im Silberpfeil :-D
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Re: Starterkits

Beitrag von Kai » 2. Dezember 2008 19:07

Presseberichten zufolge soll gestern die Hölle los gewesen sein in Bratislava und Umgebung.
eubusiness hat geschrieben:Slovak euro fever breaks out month before currency switch
01 December 2008, 20:02 CET

(BRATISLAVA) - Slovaks took post offices and banks by storm on Monday, chasing after packs containing the first euros with Slovak emblems a month before the former communist country switches to the single European currency.

"The demand for the euro starter packs was extremely high. We expected high demand, but not to this extent," Slovak Post Office spokesman Juraj Danielis told AFP.

"I was very surprised to see people standing in line in front of the post office since early morning," said a woman in charge of selling the euro packs in Bratislava's main post office.

Post offices and banks around the country plan to sell a total of 1.2 million starter packs worth 500 korunas (16.6 euros, 20.9 dollars) to ease the currency switch on January 1, 2009, according to the Slovak central bank.

Post offices and the central bank sold about half of the total volume on the first day. Comprehensive data from commercial banks were not available.

"Many post offices in all Slovak towns ran out of their supplies in 30 minutes. People were waiting in queues since early morning," said Danielis.

The coins featuring the Slovak cross, Bratislava castle and Mount Krivan in the Tatras mountains will only be valid after midnight on December 31, both in Slovakia and abroad. Anyone who tries to use them earlier could face a high fine.

Elena, a 63-year-old woman carrying a big shopping bag, bought her euros at a small post office in the Bratislava-Ruzinov district, which ran out of its supply after half an hour.

"I heard there would be only two million packages for five million Slovaks so I wanted to make sure I get one," she said.

Zuzana, a 30-year-old woman in a sports outfit, came to the main post office with a backpack to buy twenty packages.

"I'm buying the starter packs for my family too. Now I don't have to worry about Christmas presents anymore," she laughed.

An employee of the Ruzinov post office said she thought the euro fever was a bit overdone.

"I don't understand why the people hurried here today to buy the coins -- there will be plenty of them in January," she added.

According to Danielis, most of the buyers were "old people, who rely on the starter packs because they don't trust financial institutions especially amid the current crisis."

"I think that it's a very big help, especially for old people," said 82-year-old pensioner Frantisek Slavik, who came to buy two starter packs of 45 coins each.

"The switch to the euro will be tough but we must not panic. It's better to deal with new things calmly," he added.

Ahead of the changeover, packages with small plastic blue and yellow Chinese-made calculators that convert korunas to euros and vice versa were delivered by post to Slovak households in November.

Shops have been displaying prices in both korunas and euros since the end of August to help people get used to the new currency when Slovakia becomes the 16th member of the eurozone.

The conversion is difficult, with the Slovak currency set at 30,126 korunas per euro.

"I'm always careful with money when shopping because I can't see very well. Therefore the small euro calculator wasn't useful for me at all. Luckily I have always been good at maths so I can do the conversion on my own," said 80-year-old pensioner Lydia.

A November poll conducted by the European statistics office Eurostat showed 80 percent of Slovaks felt well-informed about the euro, while more than one in two believed euro adoption would have a very favourable impact on the country.

But rising prices over the currency changeover still remain the biggest worry, with 65 percent of Slovaks expecting price hikes.

To ease these worries, the government has launched a national campaign comprising TV spots, special theatre shows for the country's large Roma minority, as well as CDs with a song about the euro in the Roma language.

"I have experienced many political changes in my life and I'm sure I'll do fine after the euro switch as well," said the 80-year-old Lydia.

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Re: Starterkits

Beitrag von Kai » 2. Dezember 2008 19:09

Ich war dort gestern vor Ort und muss sagen das ich nicht eine Schlange gesehen habe.

Wir sind quer durch Bratislava bestimmt bei 40 Banken gewesen und die längste Ansammlung von Menschen war 3 Leute lang :ROFL:

Wenn das eine Schlange ist ....

Die Starterkits wurden dort von den Banken und Postämtern je 1 , 5 oder 10 Stück abgegeben.

Bevorzugt wurden natürlich slowakische Landsleute sofern vorhanden.

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Re: Starterkits Slowakei

Beitrag von Kai » 2. Dezember 2008 21:40

Hier die originale :
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Re: Starterkits Slowakei

Beitrag von EestiKurt » 2. Dezember 2008 22:33

Ich freue mich auch den KMS... Das sind super schöne Münzen.

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Re: Starterkits Slowakei

Beitrag von Kai » 2. Dezember 2008 23:39

EestiKurt hat geschrieben:Ich freue mich auch den KMS... Das sind super schöne Münzen.
Ich auch - vor allem in PP - die werden bestimmt spitze aussehen

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