List of weakest currencies in the world 2022

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Certain currencies around the world are so weak to the point of being considered worthless and also inconsequential in the global market. The value of a currency of any country reflects the strength and stability of the country’s legal tender issued by its central bank. Currencies of very successful countries around the world tend to increase in value. A high country currency value implies that inflation processes in the said country are under control by the central bank. The popularity of a currency does not guarantee its high value, however. The economic value or dominance of a nation also does not provide that its currency to be the strongest in the world.

Here is the List of weakest currencies in the world in 2022

Rank Currency
 
Compared to USD
1.
 
Iranian Rial (IRR) 1 USD = 42,105 IRR
 
2. Vietnamese Dong (VND)
 
1 USD = 22,926 VND
3.
 
Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) 1 USD = 14,387 IDR
 
4. Uzbekistani Som (UZS)
 
1 USD = 10,637 UZS
5.
 
Sierra Leonean Leone (SLL) 1 USD = 10,250 SLL
 
6. Guinean Franc (GNF)
 
1 USD = 9,755 GNF
7.
 
Laotian Kip (LAK) 1 USD = 9,576 LAK
 
8. Paraguayan Guarani (PYG)
 
1 USD = 6,932 PYG
9.
 
Cambodian Riel (KHR) 1 USD = 4,084 KHR
 
10. Colombian Peso (COP)
 
1 USD = 3,959 COP
11.
 
Malagasy Ariary (MGA) 1 USD = 3,904 MGA
 
12. Ugandan Shilling (UGX)
 
1 USD = 3,534 UGX
13.
 
Tanzanian Shilling (TZS) 1 USD = 2,318 TZS
 
14. Congolese Franc (CDF)
 
1 USD = 2,003 CDF
15.
 
Burundian Franc (BIF) 1 USD = 1,982 BIF
 
16. Myanmar Kyat (MMK)
 
1 USD = 1,645 MMK
17.
 
Lebanese Pound (LBP) 1 USD = 1,511 LBP
 
18. Iraqi Dinar (IQD)
 
1 USD = 1,458 IQD
19.
 
South Korean Won (KRW) 1 USD = 1,145 KRW
 
20. Rwandan Franc (FRW)
 
1 USD = 1,007 FRW