The type of a currency is identified using ISO-4217. This is a three-letter string like “USD” or “EUR”. The value of a currency is represented in micros. For USD, $5.50 is encoded as 5.50*1e6, or 5,500,000. To represent a “whole value”, you need to multiply the local micro by 1e6 (1_000_000) for all currencies.
The Ads API recognizes official currencies of all countries where the Twitter SMB Ads product is available. For a complete list of these countries, please click here.
Most currencies have a “precision” of two (like USD: $1.23).
- AED, VEF, PKR, IDR, HKD, QAR, PHP, NZD, INR, EUR, ARS, THB, MXN, EGP, DZD, SAR, LBP, COP, TRY, SGD, MAD, AUD, USD, MYR, CAD, BRL, GBP.
The following currencies don’t use a decimal:
- VND, KRW, CLP, JPY
And these use three decimal places:
- KWD, IQD, BHD, TND
The usage of currency is accomplished through funding instruments.