Although it does not work exactly the same, the world of cryptocurrencies has helped us to understand a maxim that most people did not know about conventional currencies before: the value fluctuates. As a result, the coins that had the highest value at one time do not always lead the market.
Do you want to know which are the coins with the highest value for this 2022? Attention then to the following list.
THE TOP 5: COINS MOST EXPENSIVE COINS 2022
NUMBER 1: KUWAIT DINAR
We start with the answer everyone wants to know: what is the most valuable coin in the world today? We go straight to the Arabian Peninsula to discover it. We present the Kuwaiti dinar, a substitute for the Gulf rupee and put into circulation since 1961.
Currently its price fluctuates around USD 3.3; thanks to the stable economy in this country, which supplies oil to almost the entire world.
NUMBER 2: BAHRAIN DINAR
The second most expensive coin in the world you may not know. Very few do. It comes from the Persian Gulf, and is called the Bahrain dinar. Its value against the dollar fluctuates above USD 2.7; thanks once again to the oil reserves in this country. Unlike Kuwait, however, Bahrain allocates much of its hydrocarbon revenue to other sectors.
As a consequence, it is the financial headquarters of many important banks xnxx, as well as a well-known tourist site.
NUMBER 3: OMAN RIAL
At this point in the list we find something interesting: an absolute monarchy, in the hands of the Sultan of Oman. The Oman rial began circulating in 1972, and currently its price fluctuates between USD 2.5.
Oman stands out, yes, for its hydrocarbons. However, that is not all it has to offer. Tourism, fishing and agriculture have nothing to envy to any world power.
NUMBER 4: THE JORDAN DINAR
We stay on the side of the Middle East to learn about the fourth most expensive currency in the world: the Jordanian dinar. This currency officially replaced the Palestinian lira in 1949, and is used in other countries such as the West Bank. Its value fluctuates around USD 1.4.
Unlike the countries mentioned above, Jordan does not run its stable and growing economy on oil, gas or hydrocarbons. Its forte is in the textile industry, information technology and, of course, tourist exploitation.
NUMBER 5: UNITED KINGDOM POUND STERLING
We close this list finally leaving the Middle East to move to the United Kingdom. There we find the British pound, whose value fluctuates between USD 1.3.
In addition to being among the most valuable, it is also positioned as one of the most used in the world, behind the dollar, the euro and the yen.
Its value, in addition to monetary, is also symbolic. After all, once Europe adopted the euro as its currency, the pound became the oldest currency in the world.
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