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Against the backdrop of the ailing euro, about 30 shops in Villamayor de Santiago last month began accepting the old currency, which was phased out in 2002 when Spain joined the eurozone. According to Luis Miguel Campayo, chairman of the local merchant’s association, the move has been especially popular with older clientele, many of whom kept hold of old bills and coins in case the euro failed. "We wanted to persuade them to spend them," he told the Guardian. Shopkeepers have earned more than 1 million pesetas (about $7,900). Shopkeepers exchange the pesetas for euros at the Bank of Spain in Madrid. The villagers in Spain are not alone. However, today is the last day to exchange the franc with the euro before the old currency loses its value. In Britain, residents of Bristol will launch their own currency in May this year, the Bristol Pound, the Dailymail reported. Video - Breaking News Videos from CNN.com. Hillary Clinton dodges a shoe on stage Artificial leaf mimics nature Meet India's most devoted voter, age 97 What you need to know about a black box Afghan wife mutilated by drug-addict husband Scared of heights?

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