Dinar Currency – an overview
Dinar Currency – You might not know these facts!
If you’re at this page, it’s likely you’re interested in Dinar Currency, or specifically, Iraqi Dinar Currency. And since you’re reading this – you’re obviously at this page, so let’s continue! One of the most helpful things I want to share on this page, other than information regarding Dinar Currency, is this Dinar Currency converter.
USD to Iraqi Dinar Currency Converter.
It is easy to argue that the NID is the most stable Dinar Currency available, since this rate has not changed since: January 1, 2006.
The money in Iraq is traditionally referred to as “IQD”, or “NID” – short for “New Iraqi Dinar”. There are several Dinar Currency types, specifically:
The New Iraqi Dinar does not have Saddam Hussein’s face on it. The old Dinar Currency carried the image of the now dead former leader of Iraq, Saddam Hussein. In 2003 the former dictator was put out of our misery and Iraq began to establish the country and government they now have. To learn more about the current situation in Iraq, and the current speculation regarding their Dinar, I encourage you to poke around the Dinar Speculation blog.
When Iraq invaded Kuwait in 1990, Saddam’s Dinar Currency (the old Iraqi Dinar) took the place of the Kuwaiti Dinar. When Kuait was liberated in 1993, they printed a new batch of notes that is now in circulation. The Kuwaiti Dinar is the highest valued currency in the world.
Other Countries that use Dinar Currency:
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