Convert United States Dollars (USD) to Venezuelan Bolívar Fuertes (VEF)

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Historical Exchange Rates United States Dollar to Venezuelan Bolívar Fuerte

Live Exchange Rates Cheatsheet for
$1.00 USD
Bs79,900.00 VEF
$5.00 USD
Bs399,500.00 VEF
$10.00 USD
Bs799,000.00 VEF
$50.00 USD
Bs3,995,000.00 VEF
$100.00 USD
Bs7,990,000.00 VEF
$250.00 USD
Bs19,975,000.00 VEF
$500.00 USD
Bs39,950,000.00 VEF
$1,000.00 USD
Bs79,900,000.00 VEF

United States Dollar & Venezuelan Bolívar Fuerte Currency Information

United States Dollar
FACT 1: The currency of the United States is the US Dollar. It's code is USD & symbol is $. According to our data, GBP to USD is the most popular US Dollar exchange rate conversion. Interesting nicknames for the USD include: greenback, cheese, dollar bills, buck, green, dough, smacker, dead presidents, scrillas, paper.
FACT 2: The most popular banknotes used in the USA are: $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100. It's used in: United States, America, American Samoa, American Virgin Islands, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guam, Haiti, Micronesia, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Panama, Puerto Rico, Turks and Caicos Islands, United States Minor Outlying Islands, Wake Island, East Timor
FACT 3: The US Dollar was introduced in 1792 and is the most traded currency on the foreign exchange market. The preceding currency did not feature portraits of the presidents as George Washington did not want his face on the currency.
Venezuelan Bolívar Fuerte
FACT 1: The currency of Venezuela is the Venezuelan Bol’var Fuerte. It's code is VEF & its symbol is Bs. According to our data, USD to VEF is the most popular Venezuela Bolivar exchange rate conversion.
FACT 2: The most popular banknotes used in Venezuela are: Bs.2, Bs.5, Bs.10, Bs.20, Bs.50, Bs.100. It's used solely in Venezuela.
FACT 3: Adopted in 1879, the Bolivar was and remained the most stable and internationally accepted currency until 1983. On 18th February of this year the currency suffered from severe devaluation and this day is now referred to as 'Black Friday' by Venezuelans. The Bolivar Fuerte has two official rates.

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