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UNUS SED LEO to Malaysian Ringgit Converter and calculator

Convert 1UNUS SED LEO (LEO) to Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) equals RM 27.53 | Bitget
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Bitget converter offers real-time exchange rates, allowing for easy conversion of UNUS SED LEO(LEO) to Malaysian Ringgit(MYR). This is the real-time data. The current conversion shows 1 LEO at a value of 1 LEO for 27.53 MYR . Since crypto prices can change rapidly, we suggest checking back for the latest conversion result.

MYR information

About the Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)

What Is the Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)?

The Malaysian Ringgit, abbreviated as MYR and often represented by the symbol "RM," is the official currency of Malaysia. RM stands for "Ringgit Malaysia." The term "Ringgit" means "jagged" in Malay, originally referring to the serrated edges of silver Spanish dollars. The Ringgit is divided into 100 smaller units known as sen. The Malaysian Ringgit is the sole legal tender in Malaysia, and it is used for all transactions within the country.

The Malaysian Ringgit is issued by the Central Bank of Malaysia, known as Bank Negara Malaysia. Established on January 26, 1959, under the Central Bank of Malaysia Act 1958, Bank Negara Malaysia is the sole authority responsible for issuing currency in Malaysia. In addition to currency issuance, the central bank also manages monetary policy, financial stability, and the overall financial system infrastructure in the country.

What Is the History of MYR?

The Ringgit has a rich history, tracing back to the times when Malaysia was a part of European colonial powers. Initially, the Spanish dollars were used, later replaced by the Indian Rupee in 1837, and then reintroduced 30 years later. The Straits Dollar took over in 1903, pegged at two shillings to the British Pound. The Malaysian Ringgit was introduced in 1967, replacing the Dollar Malaya, which was also used by Singapore and Brunei.

Notes and Coins of MYR

The first series of coins and banknotes were issued in 1967. Over the years, various denominations have been used, including 1, 5, 10, 20, and 50 sen coins, and RM1, RM5, RM10, RM20, RM50, RM100 banknotes. The RM500 and RM1000 notes were discontinued in 1999 due to the Asian Financial Crisis.

Is MYR Pegged to the US Dollar?

The Malaysian Ringgit (MYR), issued by Bank Negara Malaysia, is not pegged to the US Dollar. Historically, during the Asian Financial Crisis in 1998, Malaysia had pegged the Ringgit to the US Dollar at a rate of 3.8 MYR to 1 USD to stabilize its economy. However, this peg was removed on July 21, 2005, following a similar decision by China regarding the Renminbi. Since then, the Ringgit has been operating under a managed float system, where its value is determined by market forces of supply and demand, with occasional interventions by the central bank to ensure stability. This transition reflects a move towards aligning the Ringgit's value more closely with Malaysia's economic fundamentals and market dynamics.

What Is the Price History of MYR?

The Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) has experienced a dynamic price history, significantly influenced by regional and global economic events. Before 1998, the Ringgit's value fluctuated in response to domestic and international economic conditions. The Asian Financial Crisis of 1997-1998 dramatically impacted the Ringgit, leading Malaysia to peg it to the US Dollar at 3.8 MYR to 1 USD in 1998 for stability. This peg was removed in 2005, transitioning the Ringgit to a managed float system where its value is determined by market forces, though occasionally stabilized by interventions from Bank Negara Malaysia. Since then, the Ringgit's valuation has been influenced by various factors, including global oil prices, Malaysia's economic policies, US-China trade tensions, and domestic political scenarios, reflecting its sensitivity to both internal and external economic dynamics. As of January 2024, the Malaysian Ringgit is trading at a rate of 1 MYR = 0.22 US dollars.

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

LEO to MYR conversion rate trend

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In the past 1D, UNUS SED LEO has changed -1.59% to MYR. Based on the trend and price charts, UNUS SED LEO(LEO) has changed -1.59% to MYR while Malaysian Ringgit(MYR) has changed % to LEO in the last 24 hours.

Conversion rate comparison of various exchanges

ExchangePriceMaker / Taker FeeTradable
Bitgethot-iconBest
RM27.53
0.0001% / 0.0004%vip-iconVIP
OKX
RM27.38
0.080% / 0.100%
Yes
Gate.io
RM27.47
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Bitfinex
RM27.45
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Last updated 2024/04/20 12:00:34(UTC+0)

What factors influence the conversion rate of UNUS SED LEO to Malaysian Ringgit?

UNUS SED LEO to Malaysian Ringgit is falling this week.
UNUS SED LEO's current market price is RM 27.53 per LEO, with a total market cap of RM 25,512,659,085.9 MYR based on a circulating supply of 926,577,150 LEO. The trading volume of UNUS SED LEO has changed by -5.64% (RM -293,363.64 MYR) in the last 24 hours. Last trading day, LEO's trading volume was RM 5,201,851.89.
Market cap
$5.33B
24h volume
$1.03M
Circulating supply
926.58M LEO

Conversion tables

The exchange rate of UNUS SED LEO is decreasing.
1 LEO is currently valued at RM 27.53 MYR , which means buying 5 LEO will cost RM 137.67 MYR . Similarly, RM1 MYR can be traded for 0.03632 LEO, and RM50 MYR can be converted to 1.82 LEO, excluding any platform or gas fees.
The exchange rate of 1 LEO to Malaysian Ringgit has changed by -0.84% in the last 7 days. In the last 24 hours, the rate has fluctuated by -1.59%, reaching a high of 28.08 MYR and a low of 27.52 MYR . One month ago, the value of 1 LEO was RM 29.5 MYR , which represents a -6.67% change from its current value. Over the last year, UNUS SED LEO has changed by
+RM
1.36MYR
, resulting in a change of +65.81% in its value.

LEO to MYR

Amount
12:47 today
0.5 LEO
RM13.77
1 LEO
RM27.53
5 LEO
RM137.67
10 LEO
RM275.34
50 LEO
RM1,376.72
100 LEO
RM2,753.43
500 LEO
RM13,767.15
1000 LEO
RM27,534.31

MYR to LEO

Amount12:47 today
0.5MYR0.01816  LEO
1MYR0.03632  LEO
5MYR0.1816  LEO
10MYR0.3632  LEO
50MYR1.82  LEO
100MYR3.63  LEO
500MYR18.16  LEO
1000MYR36.32  LEO
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Today vs. 24 hours ago

Amount12:47 today24 hours ago24h change
0.5 LEO$2.88$2.92
-1.59%
1 LEO$5.76$5.85
-1.59%
5 LEO$28.78$29.24
-1.59%
10 LEO$57.55$58.48
-1.59%
50 LEO$287.77$292.41
-1.59%
100 LEO$575.55$584.82
-1.59%
500 LEO$2,877.75$2,924.12
-1.59%
1000 LEO$5,755.5$5,848.25
-1.59%

Today vs. 1 month ago

Amount12:47 today1 month ago1M change
0.5 LEO$2.88$3.08
-6.67%
1 LEO$5.76$6.17
-6.67%
5 LEO$28.78$30.83
-6.67%
10 LEO$57.55$61.67
-6.67%
50 LEO$287.77$308.33
-6.67%
100 LEO$575.55$616.66
-6.67%
500 LEO$2,877.75$3,083.32
-6.67%
1000 LEO$5,755.5$6,166.63
-6.67%

Today vs. 1 year ago

Amount12:47 today1 year ago1Y change
0.5 LEO$2.88$1.74
+65.81%
1 LEO$5.76$3.47
+65.81%
5 LEO$28.78$17.36
+65.81%
10 LEO$57.55$34.71
+65.81%
50 LEO$287.77$173.56
+65.81%
100 LEO$575.55$347.12
+65.81%
500 LEO$2,877.75$1,735.62
+65.81%
1000 LEO$5,755.5$3,471.23
+65.81%

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