With the world suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic, economic conditions have worsened exponentially. The weakest Currencies have either remained stagnant or fallen even below what they were in 2022.
The world’s weakest currencies belong to the world’s third-world countries, where perhaps the economic crisis has hit the hardest. Let’s get into it.
List Of Top 10 The Weakest Currencies In The World in 2022
1. Venezuelan Bolivar- The Weakest Currency Of The World
The Venezuelan Bolivar ranks as the weakest currency in the world, with some of the highest exchange rates. Venezuela is situated at the north end of the South American region.
It was already trying to recover from a steep economic decline and trying to shift to the market economy when the pandemic hit, spiraling it down to the worst on the list.
Venezuelen Bolivar Currency Code = VEF
1 USD = 1,038,865.00 VEF
1 EUR = 1,081,530.32 VEF
1 SAR= 277,030.67 VEF