List of currencies by Country

You know that Today, There are 195 countries in the world. This total comprises 193 countries that are member states of the United Nations and 2 countries that are non-member observer states: the Holy See and the State of Palestine.

List of currencies in the World

And These all countries have different currency names and short code names which you can see in the table given below-

ISO CodeCurrencyCountry
AEDUnited Arab Emirates DirhamUnited Arab Emirates
AFNAfghan afghaniAfghanistan
ALLAlbanian lekAlbania
AMDArmenian dramArmenia
AOAAngolan kwanzaAngola
ARSArgentine pesoArgentina
AUDAustralian dollarAustralia
AUDAustralian dollarKiribati
AUDAustralian dollarNauru
AUDAustralian dollarTuvalu
AZNAzerbaijani manatAzerbaijan
BAMBosnia and Herzegovina convertible markBosnia and Herzegovina
BBDBarbadian dollarBarbados
BDTBangladeshi takaBangladesh
BGNBulgarian levBulgaria
BHDBahraini dinarBahrain
BIFBurundian francBurundi
BNDBrunei dollarBrunei
United Arab Emirates DirhamBolivian bolivianoBolivia
BRLBrazilian realBrazil
BSDBahamian dollarBahamas
BTNBhutanese ngultrumBhutan
BWPBotswana pulaBotswana
BYNBelarusian rubleBelarus
BZDBelize dollarBelize
CADCanadian dollarCanada
CDFCongolese francDemocratic Republic of Congo
CHFSwiss francLiechtenstein
CHFSwiss francSwitzerland
CLPChilean pesoChile
CNYChinese yuanChina
COPColombian pesoColombia
CRCCosta Rican colónCosta Rica
CUPCuban pesoCuba
CVECape Verdean escudoCape Verde
CZKCzech korunaCzech Republic
DJFDjiboutian francDjibouti
DKKDanish kroneDenmark
DOPDominican pesoDominican Republic
DZDAlgerian dinarAlgeria
EGPEgyptian poundEgypt
ERNEritrean nakfaEritrea
ETBEthiopian birrEthiopia
EUREuroAndorra
EUREuroAustria
EUREuroBelgium
EUREuroCroatia
EUREuroCyprus
EUREuroEstonia
EUREuroFinland
EUREuroFrance
EUREuroGermany
EUREuroGreece
EUREuroIreland
EUREuroItaly
EUREuroKosovo
EUREuroLatvia
EUREuroLithuania
EUREuroLuxembourg
EUREuroMalta
EUREuroMonaco
EUREuroMontenegro
EUREuroNetherlands
EUREuroPortugal
EUREuroSan Marino
EUREuroSlovakia
EUREuroSlovenia
EUREuroSpain
EUREuroVatican City
FJDFijian dollarFiji
GBPBritish poundUnited Kingdom
GELGeorgian lariGeorgia
GHSGhanaian cediGhana
GMDGambian dalasiGambia
GNFGuinean francGuinea
GTQGuatemalan quetzalGuatemala
GYDGuyanese dollarGuyana
HNLHonduran lempiraHonduras
HTGHaitian gourdeHaiti
HUFHungarian forintHungary
IDRIndonesian rupiahIndonesia
ILSIsraeli new shekelIsrael
ILSIsraeli new shekelPalestine
INRIndian rupeeIndia
IQDIraqi dinarIraq
IRRIranian rialIran
ISKIcelandic krónaIceland
JMDJamaican dollarJamaica
JODJordanian dinarJordan
JPYJapanese yenJapan
KESKenyan shillingKenya
KGSKyrgyzstani somKyrgyzstan
KHRCambodian rielCambodia
KMFComorian francComoros
KPWNorth Korean wonKorea, North
KRWSouth Korean wonKorea, South
KWDKuwaiti dinarKuwait
KZTKazakhstani tengeKazakhstan
LAKLao kipLaos
LBPLebanese poundLebanon
LKRSri Lankan rupeeSri Lanka
LRDLiberian dollarLiberia
LSLLesotho lotiLesotho
LYDLibyan dinarLibya
MADMoroccan dirhamMorocco
MDLMoldovan leuMoldova
MGAMalagasy ariaryMadagascar
MKDMacedonian denarNorth Macedonia
MMKBurmese kyatMyanmar
MNTMongolian tögrögMongolia
MROMauritanian ouguiyaMauritania
MURMauritian rupeeMauritius
MVRMaldivian rufiyaaMaldives
MWKMalawian kwachaMalawi
MXNMexican pesoMexico
MYRMalaysian ringgitMalaysia
MZNMozambican meticalMozambique
NADNamibian dollarNamibia
NGNNigerian nairaNigeria
NIONicaraguan córdobaNicaragua
NOKNorwegian kroneNorway
NPRNepalese rupeeNepal
NZDNew Zealand dollarNew Zealand
OMROmani rialOman
PABPanamanian balboaPanama
PENPeruvian solPeru
PGKPapua New Guinean kinaPapua New Guinea
PHPPhilippine pesoPhilippines
PKRPakistani rupeePakistan
PLNPolish zlotyPoland
PYGParaguayan guaraníParaguay
QARQatari riyalQatar
RONRomanian leuRomania
RSDSerbian dinarSerbia
RUBRussian rubleRussia
RWFRwandan francRwanda
SARSaudi riyalSaudi Arabia
SBDSolomon Islands dollarSolomon Islands
SCRSeychellois rupeeSeychelles
SDGSudanese poundSudan
SEKSwedish kronaSweden
SGDSingapore dollarSingapore
SLLSierra Leonean leoneSierra Leone
SOSSomali shillingSomalia
SRDSurinamese dollarSuriname
SSPSouth Sudanese poundSouth Sudan
STDSão Tomé and Príncipe dobraSão Tomé and Príncipe
SYPSyrian poundSyria
SZLSwazi lilangeniEswatini
THBThai bahtThailand
TJSTajikistani somoniTajikistan
TMTTurkmenistan manatTurkmenistan
TNDTunisian dinarTunisia
TOPTongan pa’angaTonga
TRYTurkish liraTurkey
TTDTrinidad and Tobago dollarTrinidad and Tobago
TWDNew Taiwan dollarTaiwan
TZSTanzanian shillingTanzania
UAHUkrainian hryvniaUkraine
UGXUgandan shillingUganda
USDUnited States dollarEast Timor
USDUnited States dollarEcuador
USDUnited States dollarEl Salvador
USDUnited States dollarMarshall Islands
USDUnited States dollarMicronesia
USDUnited States dollarPalau
USDUnited States dollarUnited States
USDUnited States dollarZimbabwe
UYUUruguayan pesoUruguay
UZSUzbekistani somUzbekistan
VEFVenezuelan bolívarVenezuela
VNDVietnamese dongVietnam
VUVVanuatu vatuVanuatu
WSTSamoan talaSamoa
XAFCentral African CFA francCameroon
XAFCentral African CFA francCentral African Republic
XAFCentral African CFA francChad
XAFCentral African CFA francEquatorial Guinea
XAFCentral African CFA francGabon
XAFCentral African CFA francRepublic of the Congo
XCDEast Caribbean dollarAntigua and Barbuda
XCDEast Caribbean dollarDominica
XCDEast Caribbean dollarGrenada
XCDEast Caribbean dollarSaint Kitts and Nevis
XCDEast Caribbean dollarSaint Lucia
XCDEast Caribbean dollarSaint Vincent and the Grenadines
XOFWest African CFA francBenin
XOFWest African CFA francBurkina Faso
XOFWest African CFA francGuinea-Bissau
XOFWest African CFA francIvory Coast
XOFWest African CFA francMali
XOFWest African CFA francNiger
XOFWest African CFA francSenegal
XOFWest African CFA francTogo
YERYemeni rialYemen
ZARSouth African randSouth Africa
ZMWZambian kwachaZambia
List of currencies by Country

What are the top 10 currencies in the world?

These are the top 10 currencies in the world-

RankCurrencyCodeExchange Rate to USD( may change)
1Kuwaiti Dinar1 KWD3.26
2Bahraini Dinar1 BHD2.65
3 Omani Rial1 OMR2.60
4Jordanian Dinar1 JOD1.41
5Gibraltar Pound1 GIP1.25
6British Pound1 GBP1.25
7Cayman Island Dollar1 KYD1.21
8Swiss Franc1 CHF1.12
9Euro1 EUR1.10
10United States Dollar1 USD1.00
List of top currencies

List of countries by Currency (Updated)

Country NameCurrency NameISO Short Code of Currency
AfghanistanAfghan afghaniAFN
AlbaniaAlbanian lekALL
AlgeriaAlgerian dinarDZD
AndorraEuroEUR
AngolaAngolan kwanzaAOA
Antigua and BarbudaEast Caribbean dollarXCD
ArgentinaArgentine pesoARS
ArmeniaArmenian dramAMD
AustraliaAustralian dollarAUD
AustriaEuroEUR
AzerbaijanAzerbaijani manatAZN
BahamasBahamian dollarBSD
BahrainBahraini dinarBHD
BangladeshBangladeshi takaBDT
BarbadosBarbadian dollarBBD
BelarusBelarusian rubleBYN
BelgiumEuroEUR
BelizeBelize dollarBZD
BeninWest African CFA francXOF
BhutanBhutanese ngultrumBTN
BoliviaBolivian bolivianoBOB
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina convertible markBAM
BotswanaBotswana pulaBWP
BrazilBrazilian realBRL
BruneiBrunei dollarBND
BulgariaBulgarian levBGN
Burkina FasoWest African CFA francXOF
BurundiBurundian francBIF
CambodiaCambodian rielKHR
CameroonCentral African CFA francXAF
CanadaCanadian dollarCAD
Cape VerdeCape Verdean escudoCVE
Central African RepublicCentral African CFA francXAF
ChadCentral African CFA francXAF
ChileChilean pesoCLP
ChinaChinese yuanCNY
ColombiaColombian pesoCOP
ComorosComorian francKMF
Costa RicaCosta Rican colónCRC
CroatiaEuroEUR
CubaCuban pesoCUP
CyprusEuroEUR
Czech RepublicCzech korunaCZK
Democratic Republic of CongoCongolese francCDF
DenmarkDanish kroneDKK
DjiboutiDjiboutian francDJF
DominicaEast Caribbean dollarXCD
Dominican RepublicDominican pesoDOP
East TimorUnited States dollarUSD
EcuadorUnited States dollarUSD
EgyptEgyptian poundEGP
El SalvadorUnited States dollarUSD
Equatorial GuineaCentral African CFA francXAF
EritreaEritrean nakfaERN
EstoniaEuroEUR
EswatiniSwazi lilangeniSZL
EthiopiaEthiopian birrETB
FijiFijian dollarFJD
FinlandEuroEUR
FranceEuroEUR
GabonCentral African CFA francXAF
GambiaGambian dalasiGMD
GeorgiaGeorgian lariGEL
GermanyEuroEUR
GhanaGhanaian cediGHS
GreeceEuroEUR
GrenadaEast Caribbean dollarXCD
GuatemalaGuatemalan quetzalGTQ
GuineaGuinean francGNF
Guinea-BissauWest African CFA francXOF
GuyanaGuyanese dollarGYD
HaitiHaitian gourdeHTG
HondurasHonduran lempiraHNL
HungaryHungarian forintHUF
IcelandIcelandic krónaISK
IndiaIndian rupeeINR
IndonesiaIndonesian rupiahIDR
IranIranian rialIRR
IraqIraqi dinarIQD
IrelandEuroEUR
IsraelIsraeli new shekelILS
ItalyEuroEUR
Ivory CoastWest African CFA francXOF
JamaicaJamaican dollarJMD
JapanJapanese yenJPY
JordanJordanian dinarJOD
KazakhstanKazakhstani tengeKZT
KenyaKenyan shillingKES
KiribatiAustralian dollarAUD
Korea, NorthNorth Korean wonKPW
Korea, SouthSouth Korean wonKRW
KosovoEuroEUR
KuwaitKuwaiti dinarKWD
KyrgyzstanKyrgyzstani somKGS
LaosLao kipLAK
LatviaEuroEUR
LebanonLebanese poundLBP
LesothoLesotho lotiLSL
LiberiaLiberian dollarLRD
LibyaLibyan dinarLYD
LiechtensteinSwiss francCHF
LithuaniaEuroEUR
LuxembourgEuroEUR
MadagascarMalagasy ariaryMGA
MalawiMalawian kwachaMWK
MalaysiaMalaysian ringgitMYR
MaldivesMaldivian rufiyaaMVR
MaliWest African CFA francXOF
MaltaEuroEUR
Marshall IslandsUnited States dollarUSD
MauritaniaMauritanian ouguiyaMRO
MauritiusMauritian rupeeMUR
MexicoMexican pesoMXN
MicronesiaUnited States dollarUSD
MoldovaMoldovan leuMDL
MonacoEuroEUR
MongoliaMongolian tögrögMNT
MontenegroEuroEUR
MoroccoMoroccan dirhamMAD
MozambiqueMozambican meticalMZN
MyanmarBurmese kyatMMK
NamibiaNamibian dollarNAD
NauruAustralian dollarAUD
NepalNepalese rupeeNPR
NetherlandsEuroEUR
New ZealandNew Zealand dollarNZD
NicaraguaNicaraguan córdobaNIO
NigerWest African CFA francXOF
NigeriaNigerian nairaNGN
North MacedoniaMacedonian denarMKD
NorwayNorwegian kroneNOK
OmanOmani rialOMR
PakistanPakistani rupeePKR
PalauUnited States dollarUSD
PalestineIsraeli new shekelILS
PanamaPanamanian balboaPAB
Papua New GuineaPapua New Guinean kinaPGK
ParaguayParaguayan guaraníPYG
PeruPeruvian solPEN
PhilippinesPhilippine pesoPHP
PolandPolish zlotyPLN
PortugalEuroEUR
QatarQatari riyalQAR
Republic of the CongoCentral African CFA francXAF
RomaniaRomanian leuRON
RussiaRussian rubleRUB
RwandaRwandan francRWF
Saint Kitts and NevisEast Caribbean dollarXCD
Saint LuciaEast Caribbean dollarXCD
Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesEast Caribbean dollarXCD
SamoaSamoan talaWST
San MarinoEuroEUR
São Tomé and PríncipeSão Tomé and Príncipe dobraSTD
Saudi ArabiaSaudi riyalSAR
SenegalWest African CFA francXOF
SerbiaSerbian dinarRSD
SeychellesSeychellois rupeeSCR
Sierra LeoneSierra Leonean leoneSLL
SingaporeSingapore dollarSGD
SlovakiaEuroEUR
SloveniaEuroEUR
Solomon IslandsSolomon Islands dollarSBD
SomaliaSomali shillingSOS
South AfricaSouth African randZAR
South SudanSouth Sudanese poundSSP
SpainEuroEUR
Sri LankaSri Lankan rupeeLKR
SudanSudanese poundSDG
SurinameSurinamese dollarSRD
SwedenSwedish kronaSEK
SwitzerlandSwiss francCHF
SyriaSyrian poundSYP
TaiwanNew Taiwan dollarTWD
TajikistanTajikistani somoniTJS
TanzaniaTanzanian shillingTZS
ThailandThai bahtTHB
TogoWest African CFA francXOF
TongaTongan pa’angaTOP
Trinidad and TobagoTrinidad and Tobago dollarTTD
TunisiaTunisian dinarTND
TurkeyTurkish liraTRY
TurkmenistanTurkmenistan manatTMT
TuvaluAustralian dollarAUD
UgandaUgandan shillingUGX
UkraineUkrainian hryvniaUAH
United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates dirhamAED
United KingdomBritish poundGBP
United StatesUnited States dollarUSD
UruguayUruguayan pesoUYU
UzbekistanUzbekistani somUZS
VanuatuVanuatu vatuVUV
Vatican CityEuroEUR
VenezuelaVenezuelan bolívarVEF
VietnamVietnamese dongVND
YemenYemeni rialYER
ZambiaZambian kwachaZMW
ZimbabweUnited States dollarUSD

What is the strongest currency in the world?

The strongest currency in the world is the Kuwaiti dinar, which has an exchange rate of approximately 3.3 USD per 1 KWD in the list of currencies in the world.

What is the weakest currency in the world?

It’s difficult to give an exact answer because exchange rates fluctuate constantly, and some currencies may be weak in one year and stronger in another. However, as of 2023, the Iranian rial is one of the weakest currencies in the world, with an exchange rate of approximately 42,262 IRR per 1 USD.

What is a currency code?

A currency code is a three-letter abbreviation that is used to identify a currency in international transactions. For example, the currency code for the US dollar is USD, and the currency code for the euro is EUR. These codes are standardized by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

How are exchange rates determined?

Exchange rates are determined by supply and demand in the global foreign exchange market. When a country’s currency is in high demand, its exchange rate will increase relative to other currencies. Conversely, when a currency is in low demand, its exchange rate will decrease relative to other currencies. Other factors that can affect exchange rates include economic and political events, interest rates, and inflation.

How many currencies are there in the world?

It’s difficult to give an exact number because different sources might define “currency” differently. However, according to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), there are 195 currencies in the world.

What are the most commonly traded currencies in the world?

The most commonly traded currencies in the world are the US dollar, the euro, the Japanese yen, the British pound, the Swiss franc, the Australian dollar, the Canadian dollar, and the New Zealand dollar.

Faqs on List of currencies

1. What is the oldest currency in the world?

The oldest currency in the world that is still in use today is the British pound sterling, which has been in continuous use since its inception in the 8th century.

2. What is a currency symbol?

A currency symbol is a graphic symbol used as a shorthand for a currency’s name, especially in accounting, economic and financial transactions. Examples include the $ for the US dollar, ‚ā¨ for the euro, and ¬• for the Japanese yen.

3. What is the difference between a currency and a cryptocurrency?

A currency is a form of money that is issued and regulated by a government, while a cryptocurrency is a decentralized digital currency that is not controlled by any central authority.

By larry Brown

A senior accountant, and banking & finance expert, with five years long experience in banking, finance, Investment, and money management.

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