According to Noback (p. 82), a money of account was formerly used at Bantam, on the island of Java, which is based on a decimal system, as follows:
1 Bahar = 10 Utas = 100 Cutties = 1000 Laxsans = 10000 Peccoes
The smallest of these, the Peccoe, was computed at 30 to the Spanish Dollar, though the value fluctuated.
Source: Frey's Dictionary (American Journal of Numismatics, Vol. 50, 1916)