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Dogecoin to Russian Ruble Converter and calculator

Convert 1Dogecoin (DOGE) to Russian Ruble (RUB) equals ₽ 15.27 | Bitget
Last updated 2023/09/01 02:23:05 (UTC+0)Refreshrefresh
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Bitget converter offers real-time exchange rates, allowing for easy conversion of Dogecoin(DOGE) to Russian Ruble(RUB). This is the real-time data. The current conversion shows 1 DOGE at a value of 1 DOGE for 15.27 RUB . Since crypto prices can change rapidly, we suggest checking back for the latest conversion result.

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About the Russian Ruble (RUB)

What Is the Russian Ruble (RUB)?

The Russian Ruble (RUB), symbolized as ₽, is the national currency of Russia and holds the distinction of being the second oldest currency in the world, following the British Pound Sterling. Its roots trace back to the 14th century, with a significant milestone in 1704 when it became the first European currency to be decimalized, dividing the ruble into 100 kopeks. The Russian Ruble is the sole legal tender in Russia, and it is used for all transactions within the country.

The Russian Ruble is issued by the Central Bank of Russia, also known as the Bank of Russia. This institution is responsible for the production and distribution of ruble banknotes and coins, and it plays a crucial role in maintaining the stability and integrity of the Russian currency. The Central Bank of Russia also implements monetary policy, manages foreign exchange reserves, and works to ensure the overall stability of the financial system in Russia.

What Is the History of RUB?

In 1704, under Peter the Great's rule, the ruble was standardized to 28 grams of silver. This standard underwent a change in 1885, adjusting the gold content but retaining the silver ruble's value. The Soviet era saw further transformations, with the introduction of new notes and coins in 1991, followed by a significant reform in 1993 aimed at phasing out Soviet-era currencies.

Notes and Coins of RUB

The Russian Ruble is issued in both coin and banknote forms, each with distinctive features and denominations. Coins come in various denominations, including 1, 2, 5, 10 rubles, and smaller values like 1, 5, 10, and 50 kopeks. These coins are distinguished by their size, composition (often a blend of nickel and brass). On the other hand, Ruble banknotes are printed in denominations of 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, and 5000 rubles. The banknotes are made of durable polymer or high-quality paper, featuring advanced security elements to prevent counterfeiting.

Modern Russian Ruble

In recent years, the Russian Ruble has seen further innovations. 2009 marked the introduction of a new 10-ruble coin with advanced security features. The Central Bank of Russia also released new 200 and 2,000 ruble notes in 2017, featuring icons and cities chosen through an online poll. Despite these changes, the ruble's value has been subject to fluctuations, often influenced by political and economic factors rather than its strong oil export background.

Ruble in International Trade

A significant move in international trade came in 2010 when Russia and China agreed to use their currencies instead of the USD for bilateral trade. This decision aimed to strengthen their economies and reduce dependency on the US dollar, especially during economic crises. However, the ruble's value is not strongly correlated with oil prices, a major Russian export, due to ongoing political uncertainties within Russia.

Why Is the Russian Ruble Not a Strong Currency?

The Russian Ruble has historically not been considered a strong currency due to several key reasons. Economic instability and the impact of international sanctions, particularly following geopolitical events like the annexation of Crimea in 2014, have significantly influenced its value. The Russian economy's heavy reliance on oil and gas exports makes the ruble vulnerable to global commodity price fluctuations, often leading to revenue instability. Additionally, periods of high inflation have eroded the currency's value. Political risks and governance issues in Russia further exacerbate this situation, as they can deter foreign investment and shake global confidence in the ruble. Moreover, the monetary policy decisions of the Central Bank of Russia, which sometimes prioritize controlling inflation over maintaining a strong currency, also play a crucial role.

Do Russia and Belarus Both Use Ruble?

Yes, both Russia and Belarus use currencies called the "Ruble," but they are distinct from each other. Russia uses the Russian Ruble (RUB), while Belarus has its own currency, the Belarusian Ruble (BYN). Despite sharing a name, these are separate currencies with different values and are managed independently by their respective countries' central banks.

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

DOGE to RUB conversion rate trend

In the past 1D, Dogecoin has changed +6.12% to RUB. Based on the trend and price charts, Dogecoin(DOGE) has changed +6.12% to RUB while Russian Ruble(RUB) has changed % to DOGE in the last 24 hours.

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What factors influence the conversion rate of Dogecoin to Russian Ruble?

Dogecoin to Russian Ruble is rising this week.
Dogecoin's current market price is ₽ 15.27 per DOGE, with a total market cap of ₽ 2,198,488,141,696.17 RUB based on a circulating supply of 143,965,180,000 DOGE. The trading volume of Dogecoin has changed by -28.05% (₽ -56,455,046,287.05 RUB) in the last 24 hours. Last trading day, DOGE's trading volume was ₽ 201,293,031,808.41.
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Conversion tables

The exchange rate of Dogecoin is increasing.
1 DOGE is currently valued at ₽ 15.27 RUB , which means buying 5 DOGE will cost ₽ 76.35 RUB . Similarly, ₽1 RUB can be traded for 0.06548 DOGE, and ₽50 RUB can be converted to 3.27 DOGE, excluding any platform or gas fees.
The exchange rate of 1 DOGE to Russian Ruble has changed by +0.19% in the last 7 days. In the last 24 hours, the rate has fluctuated by +6.12%, reaching a high of 15.25 RUB and a low of 14.17 RUB . One month ago, the value of 1 DOGE was ₽ 14.65 RUB , which represents a +4.26% change from its current value. Over the last year, Dogecoin has changed by
, resulting in a change of +98.10% in its value.


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Amount17:27 today
0.5RUB0.03274  DOGE
1RUB0.06548  DOGE
5RUB0.3274  DOGE
10RUB0.6548  DOGE
50RUB3.27  DOGE
100RUB6.55  DOGE
500RUB32.74  DOGE
1000RUB65.48  DOGE

Today vs. 24 hours ago

Amount17:27 today24 hours ago24h change
0.5 DOGE$0.08132$0.07662
1 DOGE$0.1626$0.1532
5 DOGE$0.8132$0.7662
10 DOGE$1.63$1.53
50 DOGE$8.13$7.66
100 DOGE$16.26$15.32
500 DOGE$81.32$76.62
1000 DOGE$162.63$153.25

Today vs. 1 month ago

Amount17:27 today1 month ago1M change
0.5 DOGE$0.08132$0.07800
1 DOGE$0.1626$0.1560
5 DOGE$0.8132$0.7800
10 DOGE$1.63$1.56
50 DOGE$8.13$7.8
100 DOGE$16.26$15.6
500 DOGE$81.32$78
1000 DOGE$162.63$155.99

Today vs. 1 year ago

Amount17:27 today1 year ago1Y change
0.5 DOGE$0.08132$0.04105
1 DOGE$0.1626$0.08210
5 DOGE$0.8132$0.4105
10 DOGE$1.63$0.8210
50 DOGE$8.13$4.1
100 DOGE$16.26$8.21
500 DOGE$81.32$41.05
1000 DOGE$162.63$82.1


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