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Ethereum to Ukrainian Hryvnia Converter and calculator

Convert 1Ethereum (ETH) to Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH) equals ₴ 123,385.95 | Bitget

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About the Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH)

What Is the Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH)?

The Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH) is the national currency of Ukraine since September 1996. Represented by the ISO code UAH and symbolized as ₴, the Hryvnia replaced the Karbovanets due to hyperinflation following the collapse of the Soviet Union. This currency, sometimes written as Hryvnya or Grivna, is subdivided into 100 kopiykas. The Ukrainian Hryvnia is the sole legal tender in Ukraine, and it is used for all transactions within the country.

The Ukrainian Hryvnia is issued by the National Bank of Ukraine, which is the central bank of Ukraine. The National Bank of Ukraine is responsible for the printing and circulation of the currency, as well as for maintaining the country's financial stability and economic development.

What Is the History of UAH?

The Hryvnia's name is derived from a medieval measure of weight in the Slavic region. An earlier version of the currency circulated in 1917 after Ukraine declared independence from the Russian Tsarist Empire. The Karbovanets, used during the two World Wars, was replaced by the Hryvnia in 1996 at a rate of 100,000 Karbovanets to one Hryvnia.

Notes and Coins of UAH

The Hryvnia is managed by the National Bank of Ukraine, with banknotes in denominations of ₴10, ₴20, ₴50, ₴100, ₴200, and ₴500. Coins are issued in ₴1, ₴2, and ₴5 denominations. The currency symbol is a cursive Ukrainian letter He (г) with a double horizontal stroke, symbolizing stability.

Economic Impact and Usage

Ukraine's transition to a market economy saw challenges, with much of the population resorting to subsistence farming and barter systems. The introduction of the Hryvnia improved the situation slightly.

The Hryvnia is used in Ukraine, except in Crimea, where the Russian ruble was adopted in 2014 following annexation by Russia. The Hryvnia continued as a parallel currency until the end of 2015 in Crimea.

Modernization and Future Outlook

In January 2023, the National Bank of Ukraine began withdrawing older banknotes (designed between 2003 – 2007) from circulation, replacing them with modernized banknotes and newly designed coins. This move signifies ongoing efforts to streamline the currency and adapt to economic needs.

Is UAH Pegged to EUR?

No, the Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH) is not pegged to the Euro or any other currency. The Hryvnia operates on a floating exchange rate system, where its value is determined by market forces of supply and demand in the foreign exchange market. This means that the exchange rate of the Hryvnia against other currencies, including the Euro, can fluctuate based on economic conditions, political stability, and other factors.

Is UAH a Stable Currency?

The Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH) has experienced varying degrees of stability, significantly influenced by Ukraine's political and economic challenges. Notably, the currency underwent substantial devaluation during the political turmoil of 2014, losing about 70% of its value against the U.S. dollar and reaching a low of approximately ₴33 per dollar in 2015. However, it has also seen periods of recovery, such as in July 2019, when it strengthened to ₴24.98 against the dollar. Factors like political instability, economic pressures, inflation, and the level of foreign exchange reserves held by the National Bank of Ukraine play crucial roles in determining the hryvnia's stability. While there have been efforts by the National Bank to stabilize the currency, the Hryvnia remains susceptible to fluctuations, reflecting the broader economic and political landscape of Ukraine.

Why Did Ukraine Devalue UAH?

In July 2022, Ukraine's central bank made the strategic decision to devalue the Ukrainian Hryvnia by 25% against the US dollar, a move primarily aimed at addressing the country's balance of payments issues and boosting the competitiveness of its exports. This devaluation was a response to the economic pressures exacerbated by the ongoing regional conflict and geopolitical tensions, which had significantly impacted foreign investment and reduced access to international financial markets. By devaluing its currency, Ukraine sought to stabilize its economy, manage inflationary pressures, and make its export-oriented sectors, like agriculture, more attractive on the global market. This economic maneuver was part of a broader strategy to navigate the complex financial challenges the country faced during this tumultuous period.

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

ETH to UAH conversion rate trend

In the past 1D, Ethereum has changed +0.88% to UAH. Based on the trend and price charts, Ethereum(ETH) has changed +0.88% to UAH while Ukrainian Hryvnia(UAH) has changed % to ETH in the last 24 hours.

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What factors influence the conversion rate of Ethereum to Ukrainian Hryvnia?

Ethereum to Ukrainian Hryvnia is falling this week.
Ethereum's current market price is ₴ 123,385.95 per ETH, with a total market cap of ₴ 14,815,364,772,180.7 UAH based on a circulating supply of 120,073,360 ETH. The trading volume of Ethereum has changed by +27.40% (₴ 169,048,071,563.71 UAH) in the last 24 hours. Last trading day, ETH's trading volume was ₴ 616,988,534,443.75.
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120.07M ETH

Conversion tables

The exchange rate of Ethereum is decreasing.
1 ETH is currently valued at ₴ 123,385.95 UAH , which means buying 5 ETH will cost ₴ 616,929.73 UAH . Similarly, ₴1 UAH can be traded for 0.{5}8105 ETH, and ₴50 UAH can be converted to 0.0004052 ETH, excluding any platform or gas fees.
The exchange rate of 1 ETH to Ukrainian Hryvnia has changed by -3.75% in the last 7 days. In the last 24 hours, the rate has fluctuated by +0.88%, reaching a high of 124,410.39 UAH and a low of 114,133.33 UAH . One month ago, the value of 1 ETH was ₴ 139,427.19 UAH , which represents a -11.52% change from its current value. Over the last year, Ethereum has changed by
, resulting in a change of +59.51% in its value.


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Amount21:54 today
0.5UAH0.{5}4052  ETH
1UAH0.{5}8105  ETH
5UAH0.{4}4052  ETH
10UAH0.{4}8105  ETH
50UAH0.0004052  ETH
100UAH0.0008105  ETH
500UAH0.004052  ETH
1000UAH0.008105  ETH

Today vs. 24 hours ago

Amount21:54 today24 hours ago24h change
0.5 ETH$1,550.68$1,537.17
1 ETH$3,101.36$3,074.34
5 ETH$15,506.82$15,371.71
10 ETH$31,013.65$30,743.42
50 ETH$155,068.25$153,717.1
100 ETH$310,136.5$307,434.2
500 ETH$1,550,682.5$1,537,171
1000 ETH$3,101,365$3,074,342

Today vs. 1 month ago

Amount21:54 today1 month ago1M change
0.5 ETH$1,550.68$1,752.28
1 ETH$3,101.36$3,504.57
5 ETH$15,506.82$17,522.85
10 ETH$31,013.65$35,045.69
50 ETH$155,068.25$175,228.46
100 ETH$310,136.5$350,456.93
500 ETH$1,550,682.5$1,752,284.65
1000 ETH$3,101,365$3,504,569.3

Today vs. 1 year ago

Amount21:54 today1 year ago1Y change
0.5 ETH$1,550.68$972.81
1 ETH$3,101.36$1,945.62
5 ETH$15,506.82$9,728.1
10 ETH$31,013.65$19,456.2
50 ETH$155,068.25$97,280.99
100 ETH$310,136.5$194,561.98
500 ETH$1,550,682.5$972,809.9
1000 ETH$3,101,365$1,945,619.8


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