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Parallel exchange rate
I don't think it's correct to talk about the fake exchange rate in the article because, at the end, it is not a real thing. It is invented by a handful of persons that are not related to the official entity in charge to fix the exchange rates. Basically, it is based on speculation and the mood of the owners of the Twitter account that publishes the false information. As far as I know, Wikipedia doesn't allow publishing information based on speculations. Moreover, it may cause confusion among the readers that are ooking for the real exchange rates. --SAVZ (talk) 16:29, 14 June 2015 (UTC)
Frequently used coins
"s" in abbrevation BsF / Bs.F. and Bs / Bs.
Does the "s" come from the plural-s of bolívares?
But Bs resp. BsF is used to name the singular, too: 1 Bs., 1 BsF.
Logarithmic scale in grafics
... would show the distance of
Official exchange rate / Inofficial exchange rate
today 1:10 official vs. 1:4400 inofficial (BsF : USD)
therefore distance now is 1:440, about 2.7 decades that show up as 2.7 linear units in logarithmic y-axis.
Tables of notes mixed up
"2008 series issued 2016"
"2016 series issued 2008"