U.S. dollar (USD)

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from 1 59.02 59.38
from 1000 59.02 59.3
from 10000 59.02 59.3

In our Currency Exchange Centre «Ligovsky» you can always buy or sell the US dollar (USD) at a bargain price. You can learn the current exchange rate of the US dollar (USD) on our website, as well as make an order for the US dollar (+7 812 325-10-93), the order will be valid for an hour and can be extended.

All exchange rates are for informative purposes only and are under no circumstances a public offering, defined by the provisions of the Article 437 (2) of the Civil Code.

Dynamics of U.S. dollar (USD)
the last month, average per day


23.08.2017 59.09 59.41
22.08.2017 59.03 59.38
21.08.2017 59.02 59.32
20.08.2017 59.18 59.43
19.08.2017 59.13 59.42
18.08.2017 59.23 59.63
17.08.2017 59.25 59.62
16.08.2017 59.60 59.95
15.08.2017 59.81 60.09
14.08.2017 59.73 60.12
13.08.2017 59.89 60.22
12.08.2017 59.82 60.18
11.08.2017 59.91 60.29
10.08.2017 59.83 60.27
09.08.2017 59.78 60.21
08.08.2017 59.76 60.25
07.08.2017 59.89 60.41
06.08.2017 60.04 60.46
05.08.2017 59.91 60.52
04.08.2017 60.12 60.79
03.08.2017 60.23 60.87
02.08.2017 60.31 60.73
01.08.2017 59.94 60.38
31.07.2017 59.65 60.13
30.07.2017 59.71 60.02
29.07.2017 59.62 60.03
28.07.2017 59.45 59.88
27.07.2017 59.36 59.88
26.07.2017 59.62 60.12
25.07.2017 59.70 60.28
24.07.2017 59.58 60.07

The US dollar (USD) is the currency of the United States of America. One dollar is equal to 100 cents. The US dollar is introduced by the banknote denominations of 1, 2 (Limited Edition), 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 dollars and the coins are 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 cents.

The front side of the US dollar banknotes has portraits of the US statesmen. The modern US dollar banknotes depict George Washington ($ 1), Thomas Jefferson ($ 2), Abraham Lincoln ($ 5), Alexander Hamilton ($ 10), Andrew Jackson ($ 20), Ulysses S. Grant ($ 50) and Benjamin Franklin ($ 100).

On the reverse side of the US dollar notes there are images illustrating the history of the United States of America. The rare 2 dollar note pictures the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the 5 dollar note pictures the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, the 10 dollar note pictures the US Treasury building, the 20 dollar note pictures the White House, the 50 dollar note pictures the Capitol, the 100 dollar note pictures the Independence Hall in Philadelphia where the Declaration of Independence was signed. The reverse side of the one dollar note has two images of the Great double-sided Seal of the USA.

On October 8, 2013, the Federal Reserve System (FRS) introduced the new 100 dollar note in circulation. The front side depicts a portrait of the ex-president of the USA Benjamin Franklin (the same as for the previous notes). Number 100 changing its colour, watermarks and security threads were also preserved. Its colour is not only traditional green, but also blue, orange and gray. The new security thread glows pink under the UVL and was made by using the latest technology. The image depends on the angle of inclination of the note and moves left and right or up and down. A holographic image of a bell in the inkwell changing from copper colour to green was added. The inkwell itself glows pink under the UVL. There are some new elements on the right side of the US dollar: phrases from the Declaration of Independence and the quill that was used to sign it.