Stripe supports a large number of different currencies, as well as some zero-decimal currencies as well. Stripe will always provide the amount in the smallest common currency unit (i.e. for USD or EUR, 100 cents instead of $1.00). However, for zero-decimal currencies (i.e. JPY, Japanese Yen), the smallest currency is the regular denomination (¥1 for 1 Yen). 

When you pull Stripe data into Grow, it remains consistent with Stripe’s setup and returns the smallest unit of currency. If you have a decimal currency, your data will pull in in cents (or pence, or whatever similar unit exists in your currency). This means that in order to show the values in larger units, you will need to divide your data by 100.

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