Pound devalued for first time ever as Central bank makes historic unprecedented move

The Central Bank has devalued the Legoland Pound by 50% in value against the currency of its largest trading partner, ND Land.

The decision was made to enable the printing of hundreds of millions in of new money in an aim to prevent triple-dip recession

The revaluing of the Empire’s currency sees both currencies now share equal parity. Central Bank chief Alexander Rehn said the move should make exports from the Empire more competitive and should stimulate the availability of credit.