The British pound sterling, GBP is the Great Britain state single currency, located on the Great Britain Island, the Ireland and the British Isles island part. The monetary unit was introduced in 1158, issued by the England Bank and today remains the fourth most traded currency in the world.
How is the GBP exchanged?
The pound sterling can be exchanged for 100 pence, small coins with up to 50 pence a face value, 1 and 2 pounds coins, as well as banknotes up to 50 pounds are in circulation.
Where can I pay in GBP?
The British pound is used in the Great Britain administrative and political parts, which include England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, the Gibraltar islands, Jersey and other remote British territories.