One thousand Nigerian kobo pennies is worth six cents. Why is it so hard to be able to buy a handful of Nigerian kobos? They are worthless. A few years ago I expressed a desire to have a penny from every world currency. Wouldn’t that rock?
For now I will focus on the Nigerian Kobo. At work we publish eBooks. There’s an eBook reader called the Kobo. I think it would be hilarious to give each of my team members a kobo. (I made a funny blog post on my digital publishing blog about how 1,000 Kobos equals six cents.) There’s an eBay auction is selling 18 Kobos for $0.99 with $4.99 shipping. That’s way too much. For six bucks, I should be getting 100,000 of the coins!
Do you think i can email someone in Nigeria asking him to mail me one thousand kobos? It would be like a reverse spam email. Instead of someone in Nigeria asking me for money, I would be asking someone in Nigeria to mail me money. Someone over there has gotta do it. They are all about mailing money, right?
That fact does not dampen my desire to get a handful of kobos.
FYI, I think that image of the Kobo penny with the monkeys is a fake.