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Ethereum Classic to Hungarian Forint Converter and calculator

Convert 1Ethereum Classic (ETC) to Hungarian Forint (HUF) equals Ft 9,604.98 | Bitget

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About the Hungarian Forint (HUF)

What Is the Hungarian Forint (HUF)?

The Hungarian Forint (HUF), symbolized as Ft, is the national currency of Hungary. It was introduced in 1946 to stabilize the Hungarian economy after World War II, replacing the pengő which had suffered from extreme hyperinflation. The Hungarian Forint is the sole legal tender in Hungary.

The Hungarian Forint is issued and managed by the Hungarian National Bank, known in Hungarian as Magyar Nemzeti Bank. This central bank of Hungary is responsible for maintaining the stability of the national currency, controlling its circulation, and implementing monetary policy in alignment with the country's economic objectives. The Hungarian National Bank plays a crucial role in the financial system of Hungary, including the issuance of banknotes and coins in various denominations of the Forint.

What Is the History of HUF?

The Forint’s name originates from the city of Florence, where gold coins, known as fiorino d'oro, were minted from 1252. Hungary adopted a similar gold-based currency, the Florentinus, under Charles Robert in 1325. The forint was also the currency of the Austro-Hungarian Empire between 1868 and 1892. The modern Forint was reintroduced on August 1, 1946, replacing the pengő, which had suffered from severe hyperinflation post-World War II.

Notes and Coins of HUF

Hungarian banknotes are issued in denominations of 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10,000, and 20,000 forints, each featuring prominent Hungarian historical figures and landmarks. Coins come in 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, and 200 forint denominations. The Forint was initially subdivided into 100 fillér, but these coins were phased out due to inflation.

Economic Stability and Exchange Rates

The economic stability of the Hungarian Forint (HUF) has been a journey of significant transformation, especially since the fall of communism and Hungary's transition to a market economy. In the early 1990s, this shift brought about considerable inflation, peaking at 35% in 1991. However, the subsequent years saw a stabilization effort, with inflation dropping to single digits between 2001 and 2022. This period of relative stability was disrupted in February 2023 when inflation climbed to 25.80%, influenced by global economic factors such as the war in Ukraine and broader economic uncertainties. Despite these challenges, the Forint has maintained its status as a fully convertible currency, crucial for Hungary's trade and economic relations.

The exchange rate of the Hungarian Forint has seen fluctuations reflective of both domestic economic policies and global financial trends. As Hungary is a member of the European Union but has not adopted the Euro, the Forint’s value against the Euro and other major currencies like the U.S. dollar is a critical economic indicator

Why Doesn’t Hungary Use the Euro?

Hungary has not adopted the Euro for several reasons, despite initial plans to do so. Initially, Hungary aimed to replace the Hungarian Forint with the Euro around 2007 or 2008, later targeting January 1, 2010. However, these plans were abandoned due to high budget deficits, inflation, and public debt, preventing Hungary from meeting the Maastricht criteria. The global financial crisis of 2008 further complicated matters, despite aid from the IMF, EU, and World Bank. The Fidesz government, elected in 2010, has shown a soft Eurosceptic stance, maintaining the Forint and postponing discussions about adopting the Euro. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that Euro adoption would not be considered until Hungary's public debt reached a 50% threshold, a significant reduction from its level in 2011.

Additionally, broader reasons why some EU countries, including Hungary, choose not to adopt the Euro involve maintaining financial independence. This independence allows for control over key issues like setting monetary policy, handling national debt, modulating inflation, and the ability to devalue the currency in certain circumstances. The European Central Bank sets economic and monetary policies for all Eurozone nations, which means individual states lack the independence to craft policies tailored to their own conditions. This lack of economic independence and the desire to maintain control over national financial policies contribute to Hungary's decision to retain the Forint instead of adopting the Euro.

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

ETC to HUF conversion rate trend

In the past 1D, Ethereum Classic has changed +4.67% to HUF. Based on the trend and price charts, Ethereum Classic(ETC) has changed +4.67% to HUF while Hungarian Forint(HUF) has changed % to ETC in the last 24 hours.

Conversion rate comparison of various exchanges

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What factors influence the conversion rate of Ethereum Classic to Hungarian Forint?

Ethereum Classic to Hungarian Forint is falling this week.
Ethereum Classic's current market price is Ft 9,604.98 per ETC, with a total market cap of Ft 1,408,241,434,503.79 HUF based on a circulating supply of 146,615,780 ETC. The trading volume of Ethereum Classic has changed by +2.22% (Ft 1,689,768,461.19 HUF) in the last 24 hours. Last trading day, ETC's trading volume was Ft 75,978,797,715.57.
Market cap
24h volume
Circulating supply
146.62M ETC

Conversion tables

The exchange rate of Ethereum Classic is decreasing.
1 ETC is currently valued at Ft 9,604.98 HUF , which means buying 5 ETC will cost Ft 48,024.9 HUF . Similarly, Ft1 HUF can be traded for 0.0001041 ETC, and Ft50 HUF can be converted to 0.005206 ETC, excluding any platform or gas fees.
The exchange rate of 1 ETC to Hungarian Forint has changed by -23.72% in the last 7 days. In the last 24 hours, the rate has fluctuated by +4.67%, reaching a high of 9,697.65 HUF and a low of 9,205.31 HUF . One month ago, the value of 1 ETC was Ft 10,828.09 HUF , which represents a -11.30% change from its current value. Over the last year, Ethereum Classic has changed by
, resulting in a change of +26.65% in its value.


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Amount17:15 today
0.5HUF0.{4}5206  ETC
1HUF0.0001041  ETC
5HUF0.0005206  ETC
10HUF0.001041  ETC
50HUF0.005206  ETC
100HUF0.01041  ETC
500HUF0.05206  ETC
1000HUF0.1041  ETC

Today vs. 24 hours ago

Amount17:15 today24 hours ago24h change
0.5 ETC$13.01$12.43
1 ETC$26.02$24.85
5 ETC$130.08$124.27
10 ETC$260.17$248.55
50 ETC$1,300.83$1,242.74
100 ETC$2,601.66$2,485.49
500 ETC$13,008.28$12,427.45
1000 ETC$26,016.56$24,854.9

Today vs. 1 month ago

Amount17:15 today1 month ago1M change
0.5 ETC$13.01$14.66
1 ETC$26.02$29.33
5 ETC$130.08$146.65
10 ETC$260.17$293.3
50 ETC$1,300.83$1,466.48
100 ETC$2,601.66$2,932.95
500 ETC$13,008.28$14,664.77
1000 ETC$26,016.56$29,329.55

Today vs. 1 year ago

Amount17:15 today1 year ago1Y change
0.5 ETC$13.01$10.27
1 ETC$26.02$20.54
5 ETC$130.08$102.71
10 ETC$260.17$205.43
50 ETC$1,300.83$1,027.14
100 ETC$2,601.66$2,054.28
500 ETC$13,008.28$10,271.41
1000 ETC$26,016.56$20,542.81


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