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On 4/29/2019 at 7:16 PM, jhakz1234 said:

In My Country $5 Will Be (419 Taka). 😀

Here in Ecuador 5 USD is worth 5 USD. And it never fluctuates, not even a little.

The USD is the currency of Ecuador

I say USD because I don’t think all the keyboards in the world have “" keys.

USD is the United States Dollar.

"USD" is the same as the "

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Here in Ecuador 5 USD is worth 5 USD. And it never fluctuates, not even a little.

The USD is the currency of Ecuador

wow… Ecuador is considered as a separate country right ? or it is a part of South america …i am sorry to ask this but it is really interesting i google it and i get an interesting information…amazing …thank you so much .

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wow… Ecuador is considered as a separate country right ? or it is a part of South america …i am sorry to ask this but it is really interesting i google it and i get an interesting information…amazing …thank you so much .

Ecuador decided around 2003 when their currency, the Sucre, devalued against the USD that it would be better to be pegged to the USD by using it. Stability.

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wow… Ecuador is considered as a separate country right ? or it is a part of South america …i am sorry to ask this but it is really interesting i google it and i get an interesting information…amazing …thank you so much .

Ecuador is considered as a separate country right ? or it is a part of South america

Your post would make more sense if the word “or” were removed from it. Ecuador is both a separate country as well as a part of South America. 🙂

South America is an entire continent. Ecuador is a country in South America. 😃

In Germany (and the other countries that use Euro), $5 equals 4.47€.

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$5 mine is (29000 Bs.S - Venezuela) but tomorrow or within few days it will be more than 30000 Bs.S bcz the inflation :o!

OMG that’s ridiculous 😶

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Just a heads-up, if you’re a seller and change your currency to something other than USD, it won’t change everywhere, some places it stays USD, so pay attention to that. I had my currency set to EUR for a while but switched it back to USD then because for me, it’s easier when it’s the same currency throughout.

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$5 USD is £3.82 for me (UK, GBP). So after the 20% cut, I get £3 for every $5 order.

I’m not complaining though, it’s up to us as sellers to determine our pricing.

EDIT - DID NOT REALISE HOW OLD THIS THREAD WAS WOOPS

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