What kind of currency other than the Fijian dollar is accepted in Fiji?
Only the Fiji Dollar is accepted throughtout Fiji. Before living or upon arriving to Fiji either by Boat or Plane there are currency exchange located in terminals and around town.
Currency exchange approved by the Reserve Bank of Fiji includes:-
USA, Australia, New Zealand, UK, France, Germany, Euros, Canadian Dollar, Singapore, Hong Kong, Tonga, Vanuatu, PNG.
The U.S. Dollar is accepted nearly everywhere in the Caribbean. If the particular place you are at has a different currency, the merchants will display the exchange rate they will provide in taking your U.S. dollars. Some other currencies, like the British Pound and the Euro, are also widely accepted.
This question is hard to answer because there are too many scenarios. I list a few: Gold or Silver backed dollar Fiat dollar again Gold and Silver (short term) World currency (Unity, Bancor, ...) Digital money (chip) In case of a US dollar collapse its very likely that all banks default as well. I would not speculate that any other currency (like Swiss franc) would be accepted anywhere.
The Aruba florin is the preferred currency to be used by visitors in Aruba. Specifically, other currencies such as the U.S. dollar are accepted on Aruba. For example, U.S. travelers checks can be used. But it probably is a good idea to have Aruba florins on hand, especially if the visitor travels outside the capital city of Oranjestad.
If you just want to know the value look up the exchange rate for the other currency. If you want to actually exchange for the other currency most banks can do it for you (or tell you of another bank in the area that can if they don't handle the currency you want themselves). If you have an ATM card that is accepted where you are going, you can draw out currency at the ATM's…
Technically, the U.S. dollar is not considered legal tender in the UAE. This is because the UAE has its own form of currency. For many years, however, the U.S. dollar has been used in the UAE on a regular basis. While some people convert U.S. dollars to UAE currency when visiting, others simply use the dollars as is. Since the U.S. dollar is accepted in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and other parts of the UAE, it…
The Amero is currency being made to replace the American Dollar,Canadian Dollar and the Mexican Peso. It will be currency that can be used in all three nations. This is a scheme to have a one world government controlled by banks,the super wealthy, and goverment. The plan is to eventually have a one world currency...in other words a big freaking mess to say the least.
US currency tends to be accepted in non-US countries with an unstable national currency. Because the US dollar is considered stable, it can be safely assumed it will keep its value. Local currency may become worthless due to hyperinflation or national crisis. However the pound sterling is similarly stable as the US dollar. A shop in England may accept whatever it wants as payment, this is a negotiation entirely up to the shopkeeper and customer…
Since 1966 there are 100 cents to the Australian Dollar (AUD). See link to Universal Currency Converter. Using the Universal Currency Converter, you can convert any denomination from any current currency, into the equivalent value of any other current currency. It is updated regularly, so whatever you see will be relatively current.
they use the same currency as mexico,pesos. The Belize dollar is the official currency in Belize; (currency code BZD) is normally abbreviated with the dollar sign $, or alternatively BZ$ to distinguish it from other dallar-denominated currencies. It is divided into 100 cents. The official value is pegged at 2 BZ$ = 1 US$ since 1978.
The Euro is the only official currency in Ireland, so no others are officially accepted. However many shops that deal with tourists or hotels may accept other currencies like dollars or sterling, but there is no guarantee. So if you are going to visit Ireland, then get Euros and you would need Sterling for Northern Ireland.
Yes, both curencies are substantially different from each other in both value and appearance. Australia uses the Australian Dollar (AUD) and the USA uses the US Dollar (USD). Both currencies have 100 cents to the Dollar and they are both traded on the world market. One Australian Dollar almost never equals one US Dollar, their respective values change on a minute by minute basis with respect to each other and with respect to other currencies.
Since 1967 there are 100 cents to the New Zealand Dollar. See link to Universal Currency Converter. Using the Universal Currency Converter, you can convert any denomination from any current currency, into the equivalent value of any other current currency. It is updated regularly, so whatever you see will be relatively current.