Bitget App
Trade smarter
Buy cryptoMarketsTradeCopyBotsEarnWeb3
base info First Digital USD

First Digital USD to United States Dollar Converter and calculator

Convert 1First Digital USD (FDUSD) to United States Dollar (USD) equals $ 0.9963 | Bitget
Last updated 2023/09/01 02:23:05 (UTC+0)Refreshrefresh
Want to display this on your website?
Bitget converter offers real-time exchange rates, allowing for easy conversion of First Digital USD(FDUSD) to United States Dollar(USD). This is the real-time data. The current conversion shows 1 FDUSD at a value of 1 FDUSD for 1.00 USD . Since crypto prices can change rapidly, we suggest checking back for the latest conversion result.

USD information

About the United States Dollar (USD)

What Is the United States Dollar (USD)?

The United States Dollar (USD), designated by the ISO code USD and commonly abbreviated as US$, is the official currency of the United States of America. It is one of the most recognizable and influential currencies in the world. The USD is used within the United States and its official territories, such as Puerto Rico, Guam, America Samoa, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Northern Marina Islands. Additionally, eleven other countries have adopted the USD as their official currency, including Ecuador, El Salvador, Zimbabwe, Palau, Marshall Islands, Panama, the British Virgin Islands, Turks and Caicos, Timor-Leste, Micronesia, and Bonaire.

The issuance and regulation of the USD are the responsibilities of the Federal Reserve System, the central bank of the United States. The Federal Reserve, or "the Fed," manages the country's monetary policy and ensures the stability and integrity of the currency. The U.S. Department of the Treasury, through the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, is tasked with the printing of paper currency, while the United States Mint produces coinage.

What Is the History of USD?

The United States Dollar (USD) has a rich history that mirrors the evolution of the United States. Initially grappling with diverse foreign currencies post-independence, the need for a unified system led to the Continental Congress adopting the dollar as the national currency on July 6, 1785. The choice was influenced by the Spanish dollar's prominence in the Americas. The Coinage Act of 1792 further established this move, creating the U.S. Mint and defining the dollar's value in gold and silver, initiating the bimetallic standard which stabilized the nation's economy and laid the groundwork for future financial growth. The 20th century saw the USD's global influence surge, especially with the 1944 Bretton Woods Agreement that pegged global currencies to the dollar, then linked to gold, making it the principal reserve currency worldwide. This status evolved in 1971 when the USD shifted to a fiat currency, backed by the U.S. government trust and credit.

Notes and Coins of USD

The U.S. currently prints currencies in denominations of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. The printing of notes higher than $100 ceased in 1946, with circulation formally stopping in 1969. Modern U.S. currency notes have incorporated additional colors since 2004 for differentiation, and plans are underway to add improved tactile features for visually impaired citizens.

The U.S. Mint also produces coins in denominations of 1 cent (penny), 5 cents (nickel), 10 cents (dime), 25 cents (quarter), 50 cents (half dollar), and 1 dollar. These coins are used for everyday transactions and also include collectible and commemorative versions.

The World’s Reserve Currency

The U.S. dollar's ascension to the status of the world's reserve currency is rooted in a confluence of historical events and economic strategies. Emerging as a dominant economic power in the early 20th century, the United States solidified the dollar's position through the establishment of the Federal Reserve in 1913 and the accumulation of significant gold reserves during World War I. The pivotal Bretton Woods Agreement in 1944, where 44 Allied nations pegged their currencies to the dollar, marked a defining moment, effectively linking global finance and trade to the U.S. currency. This arrangement was underpinned by the strength and size of the U.S. economy and the dominance of its financial markets. In 2022, the dollar constituted 59% of all foreign bank reserves, reflecting its enduring global influence. Despite discussions on de-dollarization, the U.S. dollar remains the principal reserve currency, a testament to its continued centrality in the international economic system.

What Is the US Dollar Index (USDX)?

The US Dollar Index (USDX) is a vital financial tool that measures the value of the United States Dollar (USD) against a basket of foreign currencies. Established in 1973, the USDX was created in the wake of the Bretton Woods Agreement's collapse. The index includes a diverse mix of currencies, originally comprising 17 currencies from 17 countries. However, with the introduction of the Euro in 1999, the index was adjusted, and it now primarily tracks the USD against six major world currencies: the Euro (EUR), Japanese Yen (JPY), British Pound (GBP), Canadian Dollar (CAD), Swedish Krona (SEK), and Swiss Franc (CHF).

What Is the Relationship Between USD and Gold?

Historically, the United States Dollar (USD) was closely tied to gold, operating under the gold standard system. This system, formalized in the early 20th century, pegged the value of the USD to a specific quantity of gold, offering stability and confidence in the currency's value. However, in 1971, this changed dramatically with the "Nixon Shock," which ended the convertibility of the USD into gold and shifted the currency to a fiat system. This move detached the USD's value from gold, making it subject to market forces and government policies.

Show more
Bitget crypto-to-fiat exchange data shows that the most popular First Digital USD currency pair is the FDUSD to USD, 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 USD.

FDUSD to USD conversion rate trend

In the past 1D, First Digital USD has changed -0.33% to USD. Based on the trend and price charts, First Digital USD(FDUSD) has changed -0.33% to USD while United States Dollar(USD) has changed % to FDUSD in the last 24 hours.

Conversion rate comparison of various exchanges

ExchangePriceMaker / Taker FeeTradable
0.0001% / 0.0004%vip-iconVIP
0.1000% / 0.1000%
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Last updated 2024/02/29 07:00:16(UTC+0)

What factors influence the conversion rate of First Digital USD to United States Dollar?

First Digital USD to United States Dollar is falling this week.
First Digital USD's current market price is $ 0.9963 per FDUSD, with a total market cap of $ 3,279,817,378.65 USD based on a circulating supply of 3,292,039,200 FDUSD. The trading volume of First Digital USD has changed by +117.48% ($ 10,489,069,194.68 USD) in the last 24 hours. Last trading day, FDUSD's trading volume was $ 8,928,204,730.82.
Market cap
24h volume
Circulating supply

Conversion tables

The exchange rate of First Digital USD is decreasing.
1 FDUSD is currently valued at $ 0.9963 USD , which means buying 5 FDUSD will cost $ 4.98 USD . Similarly, $1 USD can be traded for 1 FDUSD, and $50 USD can be converted to 50.19 FDUSD, excluding any platform or gas fees.
The exchange rate of 1 FDUSD to United States Dollar has changed by -0.57% in the last 7 days. In the last 24 hours, the rate has fluctuated by -0.33%, reaching a high of 1 USD and a low of 0.9961 USD . One month ago, the value of 1 FDUSD was $ 0.9996 USD , which represents a -0.33% change from its current value. Over the last year, First Digital USD has changed by
, resulting in a change of --% in its value.


07:36 am today
1000 FDUSD


Amount07:36 am today
0.5USD0.5019  FDUSD
10USD10.04  FDUSD
50USD50.19  FDUSD
100USD100.37  FDUSD
500USD501.86  FDUSD
1000USD1,003.73  FDUSD

Today vs. 24 hours ago

Amount07:36 am today24 hours ago24h change
0.5 FDUSD$0.4981$0.4998
1 FDUSD$0.9963$0.9996
5 FDUSD$4.98$5
10 FDUSD$9.96$10
50 FDUSD$49.81$49.98
100 FDUSD$99.63$99.96
500 FDUSD$498.14$499.79
1000 FDUSD$996.29$999.59

Today vs. 1 month ago

Amount07:36 am today1 month ago1M change
0.5 FDUSD$0.4981$0.4998
1 FDUSD$0.9963$0.9996
5 FDUSD$4.98$5
10 FDUSD$9.96$10
50 FDUSD$49.81$49.98
100 FDUSD$99.63$99.96
500 FDUSD$498.14$499.81
1000 FDUSD$996.29$999.62

Today vs. 1 year ago

Amount07:36 am today1 year ago1Y change
0.5 FDUSD$0.4981$-0.0001457
1 FDUSD$0.9963$-0.0002913
5 FDUSD$4.98$-0.001457
10 FDUSD$9.96$-0.002913
50 FDUSD$49.81$-0.01457
100 FDUSD$99.63$-0.02913
500 FDUSD$498.14$-0.1457
1000 FDUSD$996.29$-0.2913

How to buy First Digital USD

Create Your Free Bitget Account
Sign up on Bitget with your email address/mobile phone number and create a strong password to secure your account.
Verify Your Account
Verify your identity by entering your personal information and uploading a valid photo ID.
Add a Payment Method
Add a credit/debit card or bank account after verifying your Bitget account.
Buy First Digital USD (FDUSD)
Use a variety of payment options to buy First Digital USD on Bitget. We'll show you how.


This content is being provided to you for informational purposes only, does not constitute an offer, or solicitation of an offer nor a recommendation by Bitget to buy, sell, or hold any security, financial product, or instrument referenced in the content, and does not constitute investment advice, financial advice, trading advice, or any other sort of advice. Data presented may reflect asset prices traded on the Bitget exchange as well as other cryptocurrency exchanges and market data platforms. Bitget may charge fees for the processing of cryptocurrency transactions which may not be reflected in the conversion prices displayed. Bitget is not liable for any errors or delays in content or for any actions taken in reliance on any content.