The heavy dollar sign emoji is a symbol that looks like a thick letter S with a vertical line slicing through it. This emoji is best used when talking about money, cash, or currency—especially in countries that use the dollar.
Keywords: currency, dollar, heavy dollar sign, money
Introduced: October, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 0.6)
If your rent is due, or you owe someone money in Japan, this symbol might show up in your inbox. The Japanese “Monthly Amount” Button emoji represents the Japanese symbol for “you owe me money, pay up”.
Show me the money! If you ever go to Tokyo, you’ll have to exchange your cash for the national currency which is the yen. You won’t be able to buy much in Japan without it. The yen banknote emoji shows a banded stack of yen and can be used in conversations about wealth and money.
This money mouth face emoji has dollar signs in its eyes and a crisp dollar bill for a tongue. Use this emoji when you’re rolling in dough, get a life-changing promotion, when you've entered a bejeweled bank vault, or are in the presence of something that you definitely cannot afford.
The litter in bin sign emoji is a symbol to through away your trash and waste and to not litter on the ground. If you see this emoji, it means you may need to think a little harder about where you toss disposables.
Cha-ching! The coin emoji is used to represent metal currency like quarters and pennies or digital currency such as Bitcoin. Use this emoji when you want to talk about wealth, riches, gold, and money. The coin emoji can also be used to talk about a coin toss.
You guys are so divided on this issue. Just work out the math problem, numbers don’t lie. The divide emoji is the mathematical symbol of division. Use this emoji to calculate your discount, or to talk about a divisive situation or conflict.
Wow! What a great deal. We are going to save so much money shopping with these discounts. The Japanese “bargain” button emoji represents the Japanese symbol meaning “good deal” or “good bargain”. Use this emoji when you scored 50% off on rice snacks at the market.