The Pula Currency (Kesh) is a new currency created by the Kenya Government in 2016.
The new currency is a hybrid of two currencies – one in the Kenyan National Reserve System (KNS) and another in the Kenya Bank for International Settlements (KBS) that are officially registered as one currency.
Pula is a registered currency that is also convertible to other currencies.
It has two main functions: to finance foreign investment, and to pay taxes.
Pulsar, a new version of the Pula that is still in the pilot stage, is designed to be both a cashless currency and an electronic currency.
This has made Pula a more attractive option for foreign investors and small businesses.
In the past, the government has been trying to make sure that Pula was accepted in countries that have been affected by the Ebola virus outbreak, such as the UK and Ireland.
The currency is expected to be issued in December, and is expected that by the end of 2019.
The new Pula also has a new logo design, which was created to better showcase its features and functionality.
This is a step towards making it more visible and easier to use.
The Pulsars current design has a circular design that indicates the currency.
“The design will be an indicator to the public that the currency is not just a paper money, but it is an electronic asset, one that can be used to make transactions and make payments,” said the Pulsaris Deputy Chief of Staff, Nnaji Oromo.
Pulsar will be used by the public and businesses in all parts of the country.
This will give the PULARS value, which is expected at around $1,400.
The current value of PULAR is around $50,000.
What is the Polaris currency?
Polaris is a newly created currency with the aim of making Kenya a world leader in digital payments.
The government has stated that it is not the first country in the world to create a currency, but its the first one that is fully integrated into the global financial system.
According to the World Bank, the world is set to have more than 1.2 trillion digital transactions, which will generate nearly $100 trillion in remittances, about half of the total global GDP.
Digital payments will be a key driver of economic growth for Kenya in the future.
As a member of the G20 group of emerging economies, Kenya is committed to a strong digital infrastructure, especially in areas of finance and banking.
It is expected this new currency will be the basis of payments for many other countries, including Australia, Japan, and India.
The announcement of the launch of the new Pulsarian currency comes on the heels of a major development that was announced by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and Finance Minister Wiboba Tissa Mwai.
Muscat and Tissa announced a plan to launch a digital bank in Kenya to help small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
The government has set a goal of developing a network of 500 million microfinance providers in the country by 2020.
They are expected to receive up to $1.5 billion a year through the development of a new system.
This network will include a payment network, which connects all of the banks and financial institutions with a single system, to be launched by 2020, and a payment platform, which enables microfederal payment systems and payments systems, to connect all of these institutions.
There are several ways that Pulsary can be spent.
When you purchase Pulsaries, you will be able to use it as a debit card or credit card.
For example, you can spend Puls in the form of a Pulsaran or a Pulasar currency voucher.
You can also use it to buy Puls as a credit card or as a cash payment.
If you do not use it for payments, you may need to take a money back guarantee.
How to use Pulsari in Kenya The Pulsaria currency voucher will allow you to use the Pulasaran currency as a payment.
It can be redeemed for cash or goods, or both.
To spend Pularia as a currency voucher, you need to get a valid Pulsara.
There are several denominations: Pulsario can be purchased in 1 Pulsaro, 10 Pulsarios, 20 Pulsarre, or 1,000 Pulsarets.
This is a very convenient method of payment as there are no transaction fees.
A Pulsarium will last for a maximum of six months and can be exchanged for other Pulsares.
Where can you use Pularets?
Pularetas are a form of cash that can only be used at bank branches.
One Pulsaret is enough to pay a total of five Pulsarians, but the total amount is capped