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In 1948, Banco Nacional de Cuba is created as a Central Bank of the State, assuming the functions of an issuer entity of the nation until the constitution of Banco Central de Cuba.
Since it was created in 1997, Banco Central de Cuba exert the function of issuer entity on the national currency in the country; and this very year, the issuance of the first series of bank notes in Cuban pesos on behalf of BCC started.
Further on, the rest of the denomination follow, until all the monetary signs with notes issued by Banco Central de Cuba was completed. By this way, most of the bank notes circulating nowadays have been issued by Banco Central de Cuba.
The coins, both from Cuban peso and convertible peso, have been regularly
issued according to the needs of circulation within the country.