Top 10 lowest/weak currencies of the world – Research Snipers

Top 10 lowest/weak currencies of the world

Top 10 lowest currencies

You must have heard of the top 10 highest currencies of the world, the most prominent names that come to one’s mind are dollar, sterling, dinar, and franc but if you still do not know much about the top 10 highest currencies, you can read it here, “Top 10 highest currencies”.

What about the top 10 lowest and weakest currencies of the world? There are still places in the world where one single dollar worth thousands and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 costs 13.5 million.

Here is the list of top ten weakest currencies in the world in 2018.

10 Burmese Kyat (MMK)

One of the most devalued currency in the world and the 10th most devalued currency on earth is Burmese Kyat,

USD 1 = 1466 MMK

The currency circulates in Myanmar (Burma),

9 Cambodian Riel (KHR)

Cambodian Riel is the national currency of Cambodia a monarch state in South East Asia, you will be a millionaire in Cambodia with just 1000 USD

USD 1 = 4,066 KHR

8 Paraguayan Guarani (PYG)

The second poorest country in South America, PYG is the currency of Paraguay,

USD 1 = 5,741 PYG

7 Uzbek Som (UZS)

Uzbek Som is the currency of Uzbekistan which was once the part of Russian Soviet union, economic conditions took the country to this stage.

USD 1 = 7,800

6 Sierra Leonean Leone (SLL)

Sierra Leonean is one of the poorest countries in Africa, however, there is not much difference in Uzbek and Sierra Leonean currency.

USD 1 = 7,705 SLL

5 Lao or Laotian Kip (LAK)

Lao is the only currency in this list which did not devalue, it was originally issued with such low rate, Laos is another poor South East Asian Country.

USD 1 = 8,456 LAK

4 Guinean Franc (GNF)

Another poor West African country Guinea neighbors Senegal and Sierra Leone, you can buy 9,082 GNF with just 1 USD

USD 1 = 9,082 GNF

3 Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)

Indonesia is an Asian country, the country is developed and well built in Asia but the currency value is unbelievably low.

USD 1 = 14,488 IDR

2 Vietnamese Dong (VND)

Vietnam, as you know, is another poor country in Asia, however, it’s not that poor as compared to some African countries but the currency is the second most devalued currency in the world.

USD 1 = 23,303 VND

1 Iranian Rial (IRR)

Iran is not a poor country, apparently Iran is producing oil and its oil supply affects others country’s economy but Iran’s clashes with others countries like Saudi Arabia, Israel, Iraq and United States makes its currency unstable, US sanctions also play critical role in devaluing the currency, Iran has the most notorious, most devalued and the weakest currency in the world, the Iranian rial.

USD 1 = 42,230