My Singing Monsters uses different types of currency that help you in the game. There are eight currency types available. Each one has its own particular traits and is obtained in different ways.
- Main article: Coins
Your main source of Coins is from collecting from your Monsters, but other ways to get coins is from the offerwall and by purchasing them with real money.
- Main article: Diamonds
Diamonds () are the main premium currency of the game and the most important resource except in the early game. It is the only way to purchase and upgrade many Structures, and can also be used to speed up breeding, or even be converted to other currencies (not advised!).
- Main article: Treats
Treats () is a secondary currency. It is baked in a Bakery, or collected from Wublins, Celestials and level 16+ Monsters. It is only used for feeding monsters, including (very inefficiently) at Tribal Island.
- Main article: Shards
Shards () is a secondary resource, mostly generated from Ethereal Island and Magical Sanctum (instead of Coins (), but also from Wublins and Celestials. It is used for purchases on Ethereal Island and Magical Sanctum, as well as for leveling up your monster on Tribal Island.
- Main article: Starpower
Starpower () is a secondary currency that you get weekly from Tribal Island depending on your own and the total tribe level, as well as a prize from The Collosingum's Versus mode. It is used to purchase Rare Wubbox, special Decorations and sometimes Rare Monsters from the StarShop
- Main article: Keys
- Main article: Relics
Relics () is a secondary currency. The most important source of Relics is from the Daily Login Bonus, and bought from the Marketplace with Diamonds (). Relics are used for purchasing Werdos and Fire element monsters.
Players can use the Market to turn specific amounts of currencies, mainly diamonds, into less valuable, and easier to obtain resources. However, Shards can also be exchanged for diamonds, as a common technique in Diamond Farming. The exchange rates usually are not altered.
|Amount Exchanged||Amount Received|
|1,000,000 + 20,000 * (Level - 1)|
Note: The amount of coins traded from exchanging diamonds increases when the player levels up.