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OKB to Indonesian Rupiah Converter and calculator

Convert 1OKB (OKB) to Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) equals Rp 906,339.3 | 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 OKB(OKB) to Indonesian Rupiah(IDR). This is the real-time data. The current conversion shows 1 OKB at a value of 1 OKB for 906,339.30 IDR . Since crypto prices can change rapidly, we suggest checking back for the latest conversion result.

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About the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)

What Is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)?

The Indonesian Rupiah, denoted as IDR and symbolized as Rp, serves as the sovereign currency of Indonesia, a sprawling archipelago in Southeast Asia. The term "Rupiah" is derived from the Sanskrit word "rupyakam," which translates to "silver," a nod to the currency's historical roots. In everyday vernacular, Indonesians often refer to the rupiah in coins as "perak," meaning "silver" in Indonesian, highlighting the currency's deep cultural integration. The Indonesian Rupiah is the sole legal tender in Indonesia, and it is used for all transactions within the country.

The rupiah is managed and issued by Bank Indonesia, the country's central bank, which plays a pivotal role in maintaining the currency's stability and value. The currency is divided into 100 sen, although due to persistent inflation over the years, sen denominations have become largely obsolete and are no longer in active circulation.

What Is the History of IDR?

Introduced in 1946 by Indonesian nationalists, the Rupiah replaced the Netherlands Indies gulden used during the Japanese occupation in World War II. Initially, it coexisted with other currencies, including a new version of the gulden. The Riau Islands and the Indonesian half of New Guinea had their own rupiah variants, which were later integrated into the national currency.

Notes and Coins of IDR

The Indonesian Rupiah has a diverse range of banknotes and coins, each uniquely emblematic of the nation's rich cultural and historical tapestry. The banknotes, available in denominations of Rp1,000, Rp2,000, Rp5,000, Rp10,000, Rp20,000, Rp50,000, and Rp100,000, are adorned with images of national heroes, traditional dances, and scenic landscapes, reflecting Indonesia's vibrant heritage. These notes are fortified with advanced security features like watermarks, security threads, and intaglio printing, enhancing their security and accessibility, especially for the visually impaired. Notably, the 2016 series introduced new designs centered around national heroes, and a commemorative Rp75,000 note was issued in 2020 to mark Indonesia's 75th Independence Day. In 2022, a fresh series of banknotes was released, updating both the design and security elements.

Complementing the banknotes, Indonesian coins are circulated in denominations of Rp50, Rp100, Rp200, Rp500, and Rp1,000, predominantly crafted from aluminum and nickel. These coins feature the Garuda Pancasila, Indonesia's national emblem, and various indigenous flora and fauna, symbolizing the country's natural wealth. While all denominations are legally valid, the lower-valued coins are less frequently used due to inflation.

What is Digital Rupiah?

The Digital Rupiah is a digital currency initiative by Bank Indonesia, aimed at creating a digital version of the Indonesian Rupiah. This project is part of a global trend where central banks are exploring digital currencies, often referred to as Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs). The Digital Rupiah is expected to function similarly to its physical counterpart but in a digital form, facilitating secure, efficient, and transparent financial transactions. It represents an effort to modernize the financial system, adapt to the growing digital economy, and enhance financial inclusion in Indonesia. The development of the Digital Rupiah is likely to involve careful planning and testing to ensure it integrates seamlessly with the existing financial infrastructure while addressing concerns related to security, privacy, and economic impact.

Why Does IDR Have So Many Zeros?

The presence of many zeros in the Indonesian Rupiah is directly linked to the country's history of high inflation, particularly during economic crises such as the Asian Financial Crisis in the late 1990s. Inflation reduces a currency's value, requiring larger denominations for everyday transactions, hence the higher number of zeros on the banknotes. The Indonesian government has considered redenomination to simplify the currency by removing some zeros, but this would only be a nominal change without altering the currency's actual value or the purchasing power of the people. Essentially, the multiple zeros on the rupiah reflect Indonesia's economic challenges and the impact of persistent inflation on its monetary system.

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

OKB to IDR conversion rate trend

In the past 1D, OKB has changed +1.88% to IDR. Based on the trend and price charts, OKB(OKB) has changed +1.88% to IDR while Indonesian Rupiah(IDR) has changed % to OKB in the last 24 hours.

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What factors influence the conversion rate of OKB to Indonesian Rupiah?

OKB to Indonesian Rupiah is rising this week.
OKB's current market price is Rp 906,339.3 per OKB, with a total market cap of Rp 54,380,359,689,548.17 IDR based on a circulating supply of 60,000,000 OKB. The trading volume of OKB has changed by -27.44% (Rp -53,475,867,499.64 IDR) in the last 24 hours. Last trading day, OKB's trading volume was Rp 194,891,421,999.66.
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24h volume
Circulating supply
60.00M OKB

Conversion tables

The exchange rate of OKB is decreasing.
1 OKB is currently valued at Rp 906,339.3 IDR , which means buying 5 OKB will cost Rp 4,531,696.52 IDR . Similarly, Rp1 IDR can be traded for 0.{5}1103 OKB, and Rp50 IDR can be converted to 0.{4}5517 OKB, excluding any platform or gas fees.
The exchange rate of 1 OKB to Indonesian Rupiah has changed by +2.65% in the last 7 days. In the last 24 hours, the rate has fluctuated by +1.88%, reaching a high of 908,233.19 IDR and a low of 881,461.73 IDR . One month ago, the value of 1 OKB was Rp 974,828.65 IDR , which represents a -7.02% change from its current value. Over the last year, OKB has changed by
, resulting in a change of +8.97% in its value.


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Amount17:48 today
0.5IDR0.{6}5517  OKB
1IDR0.{5}1103  OKB
5IDR0.{5}5517  OKB
10IDR0.{4}1103  OKB
50IDR0.{4}5517  OKB
100IDR0.0001103  OKB
500IDR0.0005517  OKB
1000IDR0.001103  OKB

Today vs. 24 hours ago

Amount17:48 today24 hours ago24h change
0.5 OKB$27.94$27.43
1 OKB$55.88$54.85
5 OKB$279.42$274.26
10 OKB$558.84$548.52
50 OKB$2,794.2$2,742.62
100 OKB$5,588.39$5,485.24
500 OKB$27,941.96$27,426.21
1000 OKB$55,883.92$54,852.42

Today vs. 1 month ago

Amount17:48 today1 month ago1M change
0.5 OKB$27.94$30.05
1 OKB$55.88$60.11
5 OKB$279.42$300.53
10 OKB$558.84$601.07
50 OKB$2,794.2$3,005.34
100 OKB$5,588.39$6,010.69
500 OKB$27,941.96$30,053.45
1000 OKB$55,883.92$60,106.9

Today vs. 1 year ago

Amount17:48 today1 year ago1Y change
0.5 OKB$27.94$25.64
1 OKB$55.88$51.28
5 OKB$279.42$256.41
10 OKB$558.84$512.82
50 OKB$2,794.2$2,564.12
100 OKB$5,588.39$5,128.23
500 OKB$27,941.96$25,641.17
1000 OKB$55,883.92$51,282.35


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