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What’s the full list of currencies supported?

North & South America

  • Argentine peso
  • Aruban florin
  • Bahamian dollar
  • Barbadian dollar
  • Belize dollar
  • Bermudian dollar
  • Bolivian boliviano
  • Brazilian real
  • Canadian dollar
  • Cayman Islands dollar
  • Chilean peso
  • Colombian peso
  • Costa Rican colon
  • Cuban convertible peso
  • Dominican peso
  • East Caribbean dollar
  • Guatemalan quetzal
  • Guyanese dollar
  • Hatian gourde
  • Honduran lempira
  • Jamaican dollar
  • Mexican peso
  • Netherlands Antillean guilder
  • Nicaraguan cordoba
  • Panamanian balboa
  • Paraguayan guarani
  • Peruvian neuvo sol
  • Trinidad & Tobago dollar
  • Uruguayan peso
  • Venezuelan bolivar
  • US dollar

Asia & Oceania

  • Australian dollar
  • Armenian dram
  • Azerbaijani manat
  • Bangladeshi taka
  • Brunei dollar
  • Cambodian riel
  • Chinese yuan
  • Fijian dollar
  • French Polynesian franc
  • Georgian lari
  • Hong Kong dollar
  • Indian rupee
  • Indonesian rupiah
  • Japanese yen
  • Kazakhstani tenge
  • Lao kip
  • Macanses paca
  • Malaysian ringgit
  • Maldivian rufiyaa
  • Myanmar kyat
  • Nepalese rupee
  • New Zealand dollar
  • Pakistani rupee
  • Papua New Guinean kina
  • Philippine peso
  • Samoan tala
  • Singapore dollar
  • South Korean won
  • Sri Lankan rupee
  • Taiwanese dollar
  • Thai baht
  • Tongan pa'anga
  • Vanuatu vatu
  • Vietnamese dong

Europe

  • Albanian lek
  • Belarusian ruble
  • British pound
  • Bulgarian lev
  • Croatian kuna
  • Czech koruna
  • Danish krone
  • Eurozone euro
  • Estonian kroon
  • Hungarian forint
  • Icelandic krone
  • Latvian lats
  • Lithuanian litas
  • Norwegian krone
  • Polish zloty
  • Romanian new leu
  • Russian rouble
  • Serbian dinar
  • Slovakian koruna (changed to Euro)
  • Swedish krona
  • Swiss franc
  • Ukrainian hryvnia

Middle East

  • Bahraini dinar
  • Egyptian pound
  • Iranian rial
  • Israeli sheqel
  • Jordanian dinar
  • Kuwaiti dinar
  • Lebanese pound
  • Omani rial
  • Qatari riyal
  • Saudi Arabian riyal
  • Syrian pound
  • Turkish new lira
  • UAE dirham
  • Yemeni rial

Africa

  • Botswana pula
  • Central African franc
  • Ethiopian birr
  • Ghanaian cedi
  • Kenyan shilling
  • Mauritian rupee
  • Moroccan dirham
  • Namibian dollar
  • Nigerian naira
  • Rwandan franc
  • Seychellois rupee
  • South African rand
  • Tanzanian shilling
  • Tunisian dinar
  • Ugandan shilling
  • West African franc
  • Zambian kwacha

Where do the rates come from?

Rates are retrieved and aggregated from five sources:

Scenarios

GBP-EUR

Shopper's scenario

A British traveller is spending the day in Paris. She sees this amazing pair of shoes for €279. She checks the rate and sees that it will only cost her about ₤249.

She pays €300 leaving her with €21 or about ₤19.

CAD-USD

Merchant's scenario

A small Canadian merchant sells his artwork at a popular tourist attraction which brings many international visitors. An American customer wants to buy one of his products costing $39.95 CAD using American dollars.

The merchant refreshes the exchange rate and sees that the current rate for 1 Canadian dollar is only 80 US cents! But he doesn’t want to give that rate... he wants to put a premium on using US currency, so he enters in 0.85 instead.

After entering the price, he quotes $30.56 USD for the product. The customer pays $35 USD and then receives $5.23 back in Canadian currency.

AUD-THB-1 AUD-THB-2

Currency exchange desk scenario

An Aussie backpacker is in Bangkok and wants to exchange $200 AUD. There is usually a spread between the buy/sell rates so he manually enters the rate (20.9250) that is posted instead of using the internet rate. He sees that he should be getting ฿4185.