The Euro (€) is the currency used by the institutions of the European Union (EU), as well as the official currency of the Eurozone, formed by 19 of the 27 EU Member States: Germany,  Austria, [ 2] Belgium,  Cyprus,  Slovakia,  Slovenia,  Spain,  Estonia,  Finland,  France,  Greece,  Ireland,  Italy,  Latvia,  Lithuania,  Luxembourg,  Malta,  Netherlands  and Portugal.  In addition, 4 European Micro-States have agreements with the European Union for the use of the euro as currency: Andorra,  Vatican City,  Monaco  and San Marino.  On the other hand, the euro was adopted unilaterally by Montenegro and Kosovo.
About 340 million citizens live in the 19 countries of the eurozone.  In addition, more than 240 million people around the world use currencies set to the euro, including more than 190 million Africans. [Appointment required] The Euro is The second reserve coin as well as the second most negotiated currency in the world, after the US dollar.
The name of Euro was officially adopted on December 16, 1995 in Madrid.  The euro was introduced in global financial markets as a currency on 1 January 1999, replacing the former European Monetary Unit ( ECU) In a proportion of 1: 1.
The coins and tickets came into circulation on January 1, 2002 in the 12 States of the European Union that adopted the euro in that year:  Germany, Austria, Belgium, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy , Luxembourg, Netherlands and Portugal. In addition, the European Micro-States of Vatican City, Monaco and San Marino, which had agreements with countries of the European Union, and Andorra in a non-official country, also adopted the euro. In 2011, Andorra signed a monetary agreement with the European Union, which entered into force on April 1, 2012, which meant the adoption of the Euro by Andorra officially.
On January 1, 2007, Slovenia joined the euro zone.  Malta  and Cyprus  did so on January 1, 2008 and Slovakia on January 1, 2009.  Estonia was incorporated on January 1, 2011,  being the first country that had been part of the USSR that became a member of the Eurozone. Latvia joined January 1, 2014.  The country that most recently obtained its income in the Eurozone was Lithuania, on January 1, 2015, which is therefore the last of the Baltic countries to adopt the common currency European. 
Today, eight countries of the European Union have not adopted the Euro: Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania and Sweden. Nor did the United Kingdom did during his years of belonging to the European Union.
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