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Ukrainian hryvnia exchange rate of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation

The Ukrainian hryvnia to ruble exchange rate - indicated on the site, is adopted by the Bank of Russia following the results of trading on the currency exchange. Published on the portal of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Information is updated daily, except holidays and weekends. It is most convenient to convert rubles to hryvnias on the website’s currency calculator, having previously looked at the bank quotes indicated in the table. The site graphs show how the hryvnia against the US dollar has changed over the course of the year.


Ukrainian hryvnia

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Graph and dynamics / Graph and dynamics of the hryvnia UAH

dateCourse for today
28.0327,5213 -0,4689
27.0327,9902 +0,2071
26.0327,7831 -0,5902
25.0328,3733 -0,3970
24.0328,7703 +0,8948
21.0327,8755 -0,9628
20.0328,8383 +0,4349

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INFO / About currency Ukrainian hryvnia

Signs and currency codes
Currency Text CodeUAH
Digital currency code980
Currency Sign Graphic
About the ruble exchange rate from the Central Bank of the Russian Federation
The exchange rate of the Ukrainian hryvnia to the ruble is an indicator of the exchange rate set by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation published on the site. It is it that all commercial banks take into account when setting their own quotes. The cost of converting rubles into hryvnias is calculated by the Bank of Russia based on exchange prices of supply and demand. This information is published daily, except for holidays and weekends. The hryvnia exchange rate to the ruble is published on the official portal of the Central Bank and is valid until the next order on daily quotes. On non-working days, the same established currency price indicator applies as on the previous day before the weekend. The favorable hryvnia to dollar exchange rate can be found in the list of commercial banks and quotes of exchange offices available on the website. Since 1996, Ukraine introduced a new official currency, which was called “hryvnia”. The roots of this currency go back to the time of the founding of Russia, and then the word “hryvnia” was used immediately in three meanings - as a coin, as a means of measuring weight, and also the insignia, which is a hoop of gold and silver, sometimes bronze, which dressed around the neck. Translated from the Old Slavonic language, the word "hryvnia" meant a bracelet or necklace. Some historians claim that the word hryvnia comes from the golden hryvnia, a special product made of gold plates that are held together by wire. In Poland, the hryvnia was used back in the 14th century as a fine, which was to be paid by the person who killed the ordinary knight, or gentry. In the first case, he paid 30 hryvnias, in the second - 60. One hryvnia consists of 100 kopecks. In European countries, in ancient times, the hryvnia was called the “mark”, and the monetary unit was called the “hryvnia of silver”. The hryvnia became the monetary unit even in the days of the Ukrainian People’s Republic, when in 1918 the Central Council adopted a special law. Since then, the official currency of the hryvnia has been recognized at the legislative level. One hryvnia contained 100 steps, moreover, one carbovanese was equal to 2 hryvnias. However, the monetary reforms of 1922 and 1924 led to the fact that the hryvnia was withdrawn from circulation. When Ukraine withdrew from the Soviet Union in August 1991, from January 1992, the main means of payment for Ukrainians were coupons that were denominated in rubles and were called “carbovanets”. Some called them the coupon-carbovan. The first factory in Ukraine specializing in the production of paper for banknotes, appeared in 1997 in the Zhytomyr region. Whereas metal coins for the country began to be issued in Lugansk at the cartridge factory. The hryvnia became the official monetary unit in 1996, namely on August 25, when President Leonid Kuchma signed a decree on monetary reform in Ukraine. On September 2, 1996, coupon-Carbovans were withdrawn from circulation and changed to hryvnias in the ratio of 1 hryvnia to 100000 carbovanets. It was possible to get only hryvnias at banks, while until September 16 both hryvnias and karbovans were accepted as payment. Carbovans exchanged for hryvnias until September 30, 1997. Today in circulation you can find coins in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 25 and 50 kopecks, as well as new coins in denominations of 1 hryvnia, 2 hryvnias. On March 14, 2018, the NBU announced that in the near future new coins with face value of 1, 2, 5, 10 hryvnias will be put into circulation, which will have to replace paper money. At the same time, coins of 1 and 2 hryvnias were put into circulation from the end of April 2018, banknotes of 5 and 10 hryvnias will be replaced with coins during 2019-2020. As for banknotes, in circulation you can see 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 hryvnias, but, as you know, the first four in the near future will be replaced by coins. To protect the Ukrainian hryvnia from fakes, widely known methods and methods are used. So, one of the main and most common is considered a watermark. In fact, it is an almost exact repetition of the image and face value of the banknote on the obverse. Important: to consider this watermark, the banknote should be viewed against the light. The easiest and surest way to distinguish real banknotes from a fake is to touch the banknote by touch. If you feel some roughness, this is a genuine bill. If it is perfectly smooth, with a high degree of probability you are holding a fake. This roughness is achieved through the use of a special printing method in which ink appears above the surface of the paper. You can also make out geometric elements, labels. There is also a tactile mark for those whose vision is difficult to call impeccable. It is he who often makes it possible to distinguish a fake from a real banknote. If you look at the banknote at an acute angle close to the light, you will notice hidden text. Very often, they are represented by the denomination of the banknote that you hold in your hands. Security thread is another way to understand if you are the owner of a fake. In the original banknote on the protective line, you can see the image of the face value and the trident. Of course, you will not find them in a fake. Detectors very quickly identify genuine banknotes precisely on these lines. Also, do not forget about Oryol printing, combining images and changing the color of the ink when viewing banknotes from different angles. By all these signs, the original can also be recognized.

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