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First Digital USD to Icelandic Króna Converter and calculator

Convert 1First Digital USD (FDUSD) to Icelandic Króna (ISK) equals kr 140.79 | Bitget

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About the Icelandic Króna (ISK)

What Is the Icelandic Króna (ISK)?

The Icelandic Króna, abbreviated as ISK and often denoted by the currency sign “kr”, is the official currency of Iceland. The Icelandic Króna is a unique currency, given that Iceland is one of the smallest countries by population to have its own currency and monetary policy. The Icelandic Króna is the sole legal tender in Iceland, and it is used for all transactions within the country.

The Iceland Krona is issued by the Central Bank of Iceland (Seðlabanki Íslands). The Central Bank is responsible for the production and distribution of the currency, as well as for managing Iceland's monetary policy and maintaining the stability of the króna.

What Is the History of ISK?

The króna's roots trace back to the Scandinavian Monetary Union, drawing its name from the Latin word 'corona' meaning 'crown'. Initially, Iceland used the Danish krone, but started issuing its own banknotes in 1885. The Icelandic króna became distinct from the Danish krone after World War I and Icelandic sovereignty in 1918. Due to high inflation, the króna was revalued in 1981, with 100 old króna (ISJ) equating to 1 new króna (ISK).

Notes and Coins of ISK

The Icelandic Króna (ISK) comprises a variety of coins and banknotes, each with distinct values and designs. Coins in circulation include denominations of 1 króna, 5 krónur, 10 krónur, 50 krónur, and 100 krónur. The Central Bank of Iceland issues notes in denominations of 500 krónur, 1000 krónur, 2000 krónur, 5000 krónur, and the highest value of 10,000 krónur.

Is ISK a Stable Currency?

The Icelandic Króna (ISK) has historically been subject to considerable volatility, reflecting the challenges of maintaining currency stability in a small, open economy. Particularly impacted by the 2008 financial crisis, the króna saw a dramatic devaluation, with the exchange rate plummeting from about 90 króna to the euro at the start of 2008 to around 340 króna to the euro by the end of the year. This instability was a direct consequence of the collapse of Iceland's banking sector, which underscored the currency's vulnerability to global economic shifts. Moreover, the króna's value against major currencies like the US Dollar has also been prone to significant fluctuations. For instance, in the first half of 2006, the exchange rate ranged between 50 and 80 króna per US Dollar, but by late 2008, it had depreciated to approximately 135 króna per Dollar. These examples highlight the challenges faced by the Central Bank of Iceland in stabilizing a currency heavily influenced by external economic factors and the dynamics of Iceland's tourism and fisheries-dependent economy.

Is ISK Pegged to EUR?

No, the Iceland Krona (ISK) is not pegged to the Euro. Iceland maintains its own independent currency and monetary policy through the Central Bank of Iceland (Seðlabanki Íslands). The value of the Icelandic króna is determined by the foreign exchange market, meaning it is subject to fluctuations based on market dynamics, rather than being fixed or pegged to the Euro or any other currency.

Will Iceland Adopt the Euro as Its Currency?

As of January 2024, Iceland had not made any definitive plans to adopt the Euro as its official currency. The consideration of adopting the Euro is intertwined with the broader issue of European Union (EU) membership, which Iceland has approached with caution. Following the severe impact of the 2008 financial crisis on the Icelandic economy and the Icelandic Króna (ISK), there was increased discussion about the potential benefits of Euro adoption, such as enhanced economic stability and reduced currency volatility. However, such a move would require Iceland to cede control over its monetary policy to the European Central Bank, a significant concession for a country that values its economic sovereignty. Additionally, public opinion in Iceland has been divided on this issue, reflecting concerns about national independence and the implications for key sectors like fisheries.

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

FDUSD to ISK conversion rate trend

In the past 1D, First Digital USD has changed -0.05% to ISK. Based on the trend and price charts, First Digital USD(FDUSD) has changed -0.05% to ISK while Icelandic Króna(ISK) has changed % to FDUSD in the last 24 hours.

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What factors influence the conversion rate of First Digital USD to Icelandic Króna?

First Digital USD to Icelandic Króna is rising this week.
First Digital USD's current market price is kr 140.79 per FDUSD, with a total market cap of kr 557,047,411,069.95 ISK based on a circulating supply of 3,956,564,000 FDUSD. The trading volume of First Digital USD has changed by +6.29% (kr 96,369,549,775.3 ISK) in the last 24 hours. Last trading day, FDUSD's trading volume was kr 1,531,717,683,503.33.
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Conversion tables

The exchange rate of First Digital USD is increasing.
1 FDUSD is currently valued at kr 140.79 ISK , which means buying 5 FDUSD will cost kr 703.95 ISK . Similarly, kr1 ISK can be traded for 0.007103 FDUSD, and kr50 ISK can be converted to 0.3551 FDUSD, excluding any platform or gas fees.
The exchange rate of 1 FDUSD to Icelandic Króna has changed by +0.03% in the last 7 days. In the last 24 hours, the rate has fluctuated by -0.05%, reaching a high of 141.27 ISK and a low of 140.3 ISK . One month ago, the value of 1 FDUSD was kr 140.35 ISK , which represents a +0.31% change from its current value. Over the last year, First Digital USD has changed by
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12:11 today
1000 FDUSD


Amount12:11 today
0.5ISK0.003551  FDUSD
1ISK0.007103  FDUSD
5ISK0.03551  FDUSD
10ISK0.07103  FDUSD
50ISK0.3551  FDUSD
100ISK0.7103  FDUSD
500ISK3.55  FDUSD
1000ISK7.1  FDUSD

Today vs. 24 hours ago

Amount12:11 today24 hours ago24h change
0.5 FDUSD$0.5010$0.5012
1 FDUSD$1$1
5 FDUSD$5.01$5.01
10 FDUSD$10.02$10.02
50 FDUSD$50.1$50.12
100 FDUSD$100.19$100.24
500 FDUSD$500.96$501.21
1000 FDUSD$1,001.93$1,002.42

Today vs. 1 month ago

Amount12:11 today1 month ago1M change
0.5 FDUSD$0.5010$0.4994
1 FDUSD$1$0.9988
5 FDUSD$5.01$4.99
10 FDUSD$10.02$9.99
50 FDUSD$50.1$49.94
100 FDUSD$100.19$99.88
500 FDUSD$500.96$499.39
1000 FDUSD$1,001.93$998.79

Today vs. 1 year ago

Amount12:11 today1 year ago1Y change
0.5 FDUSD$0.5010$-0.0001251
1 FDUSD$1$-0.0002501
5 FDUSD$5.01$-0.001251
10 FDUSD$10.02$-0.002501
50 FDUSD$50.1$-0.01251
100 FDUSD$100.19$-0.02501
500 FDUSD$500.96$-0.1251
1000 FDUSD$1,001.93$-0.2501


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