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Arbitrum to Swiss Franc Converter and calculator

Convert 1Arbitrum (ARB) to Swiss Franc (CHF) equals Fr 1.03 | Bitget

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About the Swiss Franc (CHF)

What Is the Swiss Franc (CHF)?

The Swiss Franc, with the international currency code CHF (Confoederatio Helvetica Franc), is the legal tender of Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein. The term "Confoederatio Helvetica" is Latin for the Swiss Confederation, reflecting Switzerland's multilingual diversity, which includes German, French, Italian, and Romansh. The currency symbol for the Swiss Franc is either "Fr." or "SFr."

The Swiss Franc (CHF) is issued by the Swiss National Bank (SNB), which serves as the central bank of Switzerland. Established in 1907, the SNB is responsible for the country's monetary policy and for ensuring the stability of the national currency. Its primary objectives include maintaining price stability while taking into account the economic situation of the country. The Swiss National Bank is responsible for issuing banknotes, while coins are issued by the federal mint, Swissmint.

What Is the History of CHF?

The Swiss Franc (CHF), established in 1850, marked a pivotal moment in Switzerland's economic history, unifying a diverse array of cantonal and regional currencies under one national standard. This move was a direct consequence of the Swiss Federal Constitution of 1848, which centralized monetary authority and paved the way for a cohesive financial system. Before the Franc, Switzerland's monetary landscape was fragmented, with various regions issuing their own thalers, guilders, and other local coins, complicating trade and economic interactions. The introduction of the Swiss Franc, inspired by the French decimal system, streamlined transactions and bolstered economic stability, offering a uniform currency that facilitated commerce and integration within the burgeoning Swiss Confederation.

Over the years, the Swiss Franc has undergone several transformations, reflecting the shifting tides of economic policies and global standards. Initially pegged to the French Franc, it later transitioned through various gold and silver standards, mirroring the prevalent economic practices of different eras. The 20th century, particularly post-World War II, saw the Swiss Franc emerge as a symbol of stability and security, underpinned by Switzerland's neutrality during the wars, its resilient economy, and conservative monetary policies. The Franc's reputation as a safe-haven currency, sought after in times of global economic turmoil, is a testament to Switzerland's strong banking sector, low inflation rates, and sound fiscal management. Today, the Swiss Franc stands as one of the world's most stable currencies, embodying Switzerland's economic prudence and the effective stewardship of its financial institutions.

Notes and Coins of CHF

Swiss Franc banknotes and coins are renowned for their distinctive designs, which reflect Switzerland's cultural heritage and history. The banknotes are particularly notable for their artistic value and security features. Coins come in denominations of 5, 10, 20, and 50 centimes (cents), as well as 1, 2, and 5 Francs, while banknotes are issued in denominations of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 1,000 Francs.

Why Is CHF Considered the Most Stable Currency?

The Swiss Franc (CHF) is widely recognized as one of the most stable currencies globally, a distinction that stems from a unique blend of Switzerland's economic strength and political stability. At the heart of this stability lies Switzerland's diversified and robust economy, characterized by key sectors like finance, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, and technology. This economic diversity shields the country from sector-specific downturns, thereby lending remarkable stability to its currency. Complementing this is Switzerland's political landscape, marked by a longstanding tradition of neutrality and a stable, democratic government. These factors not only foster domestic economic resilience but also make Switzerland, and by extension the CHF, a safe haven for international investors, especially during global uncertainties.

The Swiss National Bank (SNB) plays a pivotal role in maintaining the CHF's stability through its conservative monetary policies aimed at keeping inflation low and ensuring price stability. Switzerland's banking system, renowned for its security and privacy, further bolsters this stability. Additionally, the country's low debt-to-GDP ratio reflects a strong fiscal discipline, enhancing investor confidence in the Swiss economy and its currency. The CHF's role as a safe-haven currency is cemented during times of global economic distress, when investors flock to it for its reliability. This demand, coupled with Switzerland's significant role in international trade and investment, particularly in commodities trading, further solidifies the Swiss Franc's position as a paragon of currency stability.

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Bitget crypto-to-fiat exchange data shows that the most popular Arbitrum currency pair is the ARB to CHF, with for Arbitrum's currency code being ARB. Use our cryptocurrency calculator now to see how much your cryptocurrency can be exchanged for CHF.

ARB to CHF conversion rate trend

In the past 1D, Arbitrum has changed -2.26% to CHF. Based on the trend and price charts, Arbitrum(ARB) has changed -2.26% to CHF while Swiss Franc(CHF) has changed % to ARB in the last 24 hours.

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What factors influence the conversion rate of Arbitrum to Swiss Franc?

Arbitrum to Swiss Franc is falling this week.
Arbitrum's current market price is Fr 1.03 per ARB, with a total market cap of Fr 2,735,482,466.91 CHF based on a circulating supply of 2,653,939,500 ARB. The trading volume of Arbitrum has changed by -18.89% (Fr -128,736,380.58 CHF) in the last 24 hours. Last trading day, ARB's trading volume was Fr 681,620,923.53.
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Circulating supply
2.65B ARB

Conversion tables

The exchange rate of Arbitrum is decreasing.
1 ARB is currently valued at Fr 1.03 CHF , which means buying 5 ARB will cost Fr 5.15 CHF . Similarly, Fr1 CHF can be traded for 0.9702 ARB, and Fr50 CHF can be converted to 48.51 ARB, excluding any platform or gas fees.
The exchange rate of 1 ARB to Swiss Franc has changed by -28.27% in the last 7 days. In the last 24 hours, the rate has fluctuated by -2.26%, reaching a high of 1.15 CHF and a low of 1.02 CHF . One month ago, the value of 1 ARB was Fr 1.59 CHF , which represents a -35.33% change from its current value. Over the last year, Arbitrum has changed by
, resulting in a change of -31.18% in its value.


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Amount02:20 am today
0.5CHF0.4851  ARB
1CHF0.9702  ARB
5CHF4.85  ARB
10CHF9.7  ARB
50CHF48.51  ARB
100CHF97.02  ARB
500CHF485.1  ARB
1000CHF970.19  ARB

Today vs. 24 hours ago

Amount02:20 am today24 hours ago24h change
0.5 ARB$0.5653$0.5784
1 ARB$1.13$1.16
5 ARB$5.65$5.78
10 ARB$11.31$11.57
50 ARB$56.53$57.84
100 ARB$113.07$115.67
500 ARB$565.34$578.37
1000 ARB$1,130.68$1,156.74

Today vs. 1 month ago

Amount02:20 am today1 month ago1M change
0.5 ARB$0.5653$0.8737
1 ARB$1.13$1.75
5 ARB$5.65$8.74
10 ARB$11.31$17.47
50 ARB$56.53$87.37
100 ARB$113.07$174.74
500 ARB$565.34$873.71
1000 ARB$1,130.68$1,747.41

Today vs. 1 year ago

Amount02:20 am today1 year ago1Y change
0.5 ARB$0.5653$0.8210
1 ARB$1.13$1.64
5 ARB$5.65$8.21
10 ARB$11.31$16.42
50 ARB$56.53$82.1
100 ARB$113.07$164.19
500 ARB$565.34$820.97
1000 ARB$1,130.68$1,641.95


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