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Many national currencies have, or have had at various times, a low unit value, in many cases due to past inflation. It is obviously much easier, and less significant, to be a millionaire in those currencies..

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    The purchasing power of a million US dollars in 1850 is equivalent to $28.8 million in 2016. .

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    At the end of 2015, there were estimated to be just over 13 million US$ millionaires or high-net-worth individual (HNWIs) in the world. .

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Thus a millionaire (in the local currency) in Hong Kong or Taiwan, for example, may be merely averagely wealthy, or perhaps less wealthy than average. A millionaire in Zimbabwe may be extremely poor..

The United States of America had the highest number of HNWIs (4,180,000) of any country, whilst London had the most HNWIs (370,000) among cities as based on data from the Knight Frank Wealth Report.