🤑 Money-mouth Face
Smiley has dollar signs in its eyes, the tongue is a banknote. Could have won something or is sensing a financial chance. Implicates a sense of wealth.
🧧 Red Envelope
I wish for money for my birthday! At Chinese festivals or weddings people almost always present gifts of money in red envelopes (Hong Bao). Symbol of prosperity, destiny and happiness.
💰 Money Bag
A tightly filled moneybag with dollar sign. Used very often in well-known comics, such as those of Scrooge McDuck or the Beagle Boys. Caution! If the emoji is used, the conversation is about money.
💴 Yen Banknote
The yen is the currency used in Japan and is one of the many currency related emojis available.
💵 Dollar Banknote
The dollar is currency used in USA. Most platforms display a generic dollar image but the Apple version has a one dollar bill.
💶 Euro Banknote
A wad of euro banknotes with package band. The official currency in most European countries. You live in the lap of luxury, spend money like water, or you can have a real good time on vacation.
💷 Pound Banknote
The Pound Sterling is the currency used in the United Kingdom. The Apple platform shows a £20 note while the others show a generic pound note.
💸 Money With Wings
A stack of banknotes with wings. Chat partner was on shopping tour and spent a lot. The money just flies away.
💳 Credit Card
The credit card emoji was introduced in 2010 and released as part of the Unicode 11.0 standard. This emoji can be found under the objects category.
💹 Chart Increasing With Yen
A line graph showing Japanese Yen increasing in value. Most platforms depict the emoji in green with a white line graph. The icon is used to show an upward trend in business or economy.
💱 Currency Exchange
Emoticon with dollar and yen currency symbols with arrows. Sometimes with euro and British pound. Stands for money exchange between two currencies.
💲 Heavy Dollar Sign
Not to be confused with the Dollar Banknote, the Heavy Dollar Sign can also be used to denote cash.