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Cronos to Hong Kong Dollar Converter and calculator

Convert 1Cronos (CRO) to Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) equals $ 0.9996 | Bitget

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About the Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)

What Is the Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)?

The Hong Kong dollar (HKD), symbolized as HK$, is the official currency of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. It is subdivided into 100 cents or 1000 mils. The Hong Kong Dollar is the sole legal tender in Hong Kong, and it is widely used for all transactions within the territory. While Hong Kong is a part of China, it has a separate currency and operates under a different monetary system than mainland China, which uses the Chinese Yuan (CNY).

The Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) is issued by both the government and three major commercial banks, making it one of the few currencies in the world with such a dual issuance system. The government, through the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), issues coins and the HK$10 banknotes, while the larger denominations of HK$20, HK$50, HK$100, HK$500, and HK$1000 are issued by The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC), the Bank of China (Hong Kong), and Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong).

What Is the History of HKD?

The HKD's history dates back to the early days of Hong Kong as a British colony. Initially, various foreign currencies circulated in the region. The first local currency, the Hong Kong silver dollar, was minted in 1863. However, it faced resistance from the local population, accustomed to the silver Spanish dollar system. The 20th century saw several shifts in HKD's value, pegged at different times to the British pound and the US dollar. Since 1983, HKD has been linked to the US dollar at a rate of HK$7.80 = US$1, providing stability and confidence in Hong Kong's financial system.

Notes and Coins of HKD

Banknotes in Hong Kong are distinctively issued by three major commercial banks - The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC), the Bank of China (Hong Kong), and Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) - alongside the government, a rarity in global banking. These notes, available in denominations of HK$20, HK$50, HK$100, HK$500, and HK$1000, feature advanced security measures like watermarks and holograms, and occasionally, commemorative notes are released to mark significant events. The coinage, comprising denominations of 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents, HK$1, HK$2, HK$5, and HK$10, showcases designs that include the Bauhinia flower, a symbol of Hong Kong, and varies in composition from nickel-brass to cupronickel and brass-plated steel.

Can You Use HKD in Other Countries?

The Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) is predominantly used within Hong Kong and is not officially recognized as a currency in other countries. However, it finds notable acceptance in Macau, where, despite the Macanese Pataca being the official currency, HKD is widely accepted in various establishments due to the close economic ties and geographical proximity between the two regions. Additionally, in some border areas of Mainland China, particularly cities like Shenzhen, HKD might occasionally be accepted, primarily in businesses that cater to tourists from Hong Kong. Beyond these areas, HKD generally isn't accepted for everyday transactions, and travelers are advised to exchange it for the local currency or rely on international credit/debit cards. The HKD's status as a freely convertible currency facilitates its exchange in major cities and financial centers worldwide, reflecting Hong Kong's global financial significance.

Is HKD a Stable Currency?

The Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) is considered a stable currency, largely due to its peg to the US Dollar under a linked exchange rate system since 1983. This arrangement, supported by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority's substantial foreign exchange reserves, ensures consistent value and predictability. Coupled with Hong Kong's robust financial system and prudent fiscal policies, the HKD maintains stability despite global economic influences and its connection to Mainland China's economy, reinforcing its reliability in the global financial market.

What Is the Relationship Between HKD and CNY?

The Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) and the Chinese Yuan (CNY), also known as the Renminbi (RMB), maintain a distinctive relationship underpinned by the "one country, two systems" principle, allowing them to function as separate currencies despite Hong Kong's status as a Special Administrative Region of China. The HKD, pegged to the US Dollar, operates under a linked exchange rate system providing stability, while the CNY follows a managed floating rate system, reflecting different economic policies and market dynamics. This separation facilitates significant trade and investment flows between Hong Kong and Mainland China, necessitating frequent currency conversions. Hong Kong's role as an international financial center means that fluctuations in the HKD can influence the CNY, particularly in terms of capital flows and investment trends, and vice versa. Crucially, Hong Kong serves as the largest offshore Renminbi trading center, playing a pivotal role in the internationalization of the Renminbi, while both regions maintain a degree of policy coordination and communication, especially in broader economic strategies within China.

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

CRO to HKD conversion rate trend

In the past 1D, Cronos has changed -5.09% to HKD. Based on the trend and price charts, Cronos(CRO) has changed -5.09% to HKD while Hong Kong Dollar(HKD) has changed % to CRO in the last 24 hours.

Conversion rate comparison of various exchanges

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Last updated 2024/04/16 02:00:31(UTC+0)

What factors influence the conversion rate of Cronos to Hong Kong Dollar?

Cronos to Hong Kong Dollar is falling this week.
Cronos's current market price is $ 0.9996 per CRO, with a total market cap of $ 26,561,211,803.98 HKD based on a circulating supply of 26,571,560,000 CRO. The trading volume of Cronos has changed by +4.79% ($ 9,557,197.76 HKD) in the last 24 hours. Last trading day, CRO's trading volume was $ 199,636,491.63.
Market cap
24h volume
Circulating supply
26.57B CRO

Conversion tables

The exchange rate of Cronos is decreasing.
1 CRO is currently valued at $ 0.9996 HKD , which means buying 5 CRO will cost $ 5 HKD . Similarly, $1 HKD can be traded for 1 CRO, and $50 HKD can be converted to 50.02 CRO, excluding any platform or gas fees.
The exchange rate of 1 CRO to Hong Kong Dollar has changed by -15.10% in the last 7 days. In the last 24 hours, the rate has fluctuated by -5.09%, reaching a high of 1.09 HKD and a low of 0.9630 HKD . One month ago, the value of 1 CRO was $ 1.03 HKD , which represents a -3.29% change from its current value. Over the last year, Cronos has changed by
, resulting in a change of +77.55% in its value.


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Amount02:08 am today
0.5HKD0.5002  CRO
10HKD10  CRO
50HKD50.02  CRO
100HKD100.04  CRO
500HKD500.19  CRO
1000HKD1,000.39  CRO

Today vs. 24 hours ago

Amount02:08 am today24 hours ago24h change
0.5 CRO$0.06383$0.06726
1 CRO$0.1277$0.1345
5 CRO$0.6383$0.6726
10 CRO$1.28$1.35
50 CRO$6.38$6.73
100 CRO$12.77$13.45
500 CRO$63.83$67.26
1000 CRO$127.67$134.52

Today vs. 1 month ago

Amount02:08 am today1 month ago1M change
0.5 CRO$0.06383$0.06601
1 CRO$0.1277$0.1320
5 CRO$0.6383$0.6601
10 CRO$1.28$1.32
50 CRO$6.38$6.6
100 CRO$12.77$13.2
500 CRO$63.83$66.01
1000 CRO$127.67$132.02

Today vs. 1 year ago

Amount02:08 am today1 year ago1Y change
0.5 CRO$0.06383$0.03595
1 CRO$0.1277$0.07190
5 CRO$0.6383$0.3595
10 CRO$1.28$0.7190
50 CRO$6.38$3.6
100 CRO$12.77$7.19
500 CRO$63.83$35.95
1000 CRO$127.67$71.9


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