See how your money compares to the 14 least valuable currencies in the world. A currency has always been simple yet somehow confusing in some aspects. There are slight and for some vast differences in the value of a currency when compared to each other. What may seem small for you may be more valuable when taken to another country. With different values of money as well as different aspects of economy and pricing, one can never be sure what one can afford even with a simple penny.
So how does one get a low value for currency? It’s actually very hard to determine it, as some countries may have different circumstances compared to other. For some it is a matter of economy, as the value of many may rise and fall depending on world trading and foreign exchange as well as inflation. For others, it is a matter of not having any other division of currency to compare with others. You would find that in some countries, they don’t have divisions such as cents or may have too many different divisions; resulting in a hard comparison to other currencies at a much higher rate despite the country doing well economically and financially.
On this list we use the pure value of money as compared to the most expensive currencies around the world. If you want to see what’s on the other end, be sure also to check out our list of The 10 Most Expensive Currencies in the World.
Let’s go ahead and start the list: