#EuropeDay ECB-QuizDuel competition
Between 3 and 24 May 2021, we teamed up with QuizDuel to launch a special competition for Europe Day.
More than 425,000 players across the European Union competed against each other for the chance to win an iPad Pro 11.
Many thanks to all participants for taking part in the competition and congratulations to the winners!
Missed the competition? Read on to find out more about some of the most common mistakes players made.
Did you know...?
The ECB works to keep prices stable
Keeping prices stable is the ECB’s main task. By doing so, we safeguard the value of the euro, so that your money will be worth roughly the same tomorrow as it is today. That way, it is easier for you to reliably plan your savings and investments.Learn more about price stability
A digital euro would not replace cash
A digital euro would not replace cash, but rather complement it. It would give you an additional choice about how to pay and make it easier to do so. However, the ECB will continue to ensure that you have access to euro cash across the euro area.Learn more about a digital euro
The ECB has a climate change centre
The ECB has taken several steps to support the transition to a greener economy. We established a climate change centre that brings together our work on climate change and sustainable finance.Learn more about climate change and the ECB
The ECB does not print euro banknotes
The euro area national central banks are responsible for producing euro banknotes, under the ECB’s supervision. There are 11 high-security printing works across Europe which produce banknotes.Learn more about euro banknote production