EverQuest II uses a traditional currency system for most in-game transactions. Coinage is copper, silver, gold, and platinum, where 100 copper = 1 silver and so on in increments of 100. Money can be stored in your Bank or carried on your person.
Any of the old Battlegrounds tokens can be exchanged for the current Battleground Token by seeing the Sisters of War (the Battlegrounds NPC's).
As of May 20, 2014, a new currency exchange merchant, Barnaby Blunderbuss, has been added to the docks of Butcherblock Mountains where you can exchange most currencies for transmuting and tinkering training components. Some of the eligible currencies include Maj’Dul insignia tokens, Void Shards, D.I.R.T.Y. Money and many more!
The exchange rate at both token exchange merchants is five old ones for one Floret or City Token.
These may be turned in to NPC's in The Tower of the Moon to raise faction with the opposing Maj'Dul courts.
A huge change for Season 2 is the consolidation of the Ganak, Gears and Smuggler's tokens into a single Battleground Token. The Sisters of War have each taken the duty of exchanging your old token at a 1:1 ratio. In addition, the items previously sold for multiple currencies are now priced to accept the new Battleground Token.
These are earned doing PvP writs on PvP servers, and used to increase your city faction.
The Token prize from Goblin Games. Redeem in the Marketplace under "Play for Prizes".
Station Cash is SOE's virtual coin. While it is used in the Marketplace, it is not part of regular game play.