Historic Dominican Peso Ukrainian hryvnia

Dominican Peso ukrainian hryvnia history since 17/07/2024 until today (0 years). Search for DOP to UAH exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

is the currency (supplied by Central Bank of the Dominican Republic and the currency supplied by National Bank of Ukraine. The DOP UAH historical data can be seen on the Dominican Peso ukrainian hryvnia historical chart.

02/03/2020: COVID-19 impact

The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in economic disruptions, affecting the Ukrainian Hryvnia and causing volatility in the currency markets.

01/10/2018: Redesign and Modernization of Banknotes

The Central Bank of the Dominican Republic unveils a redesigned series of banknotes with enhanced security features and modernized aesthetics.

05/02/2015: Currency devaluation

Due to the economic crisis, the Ukrainian Hryvnia experienced a significant devaluation, leading to a sharp increase in prices and financial hardships.

20/02/2014: Ukrainian revolution

The Ukrainian revolution began, leading to political instability and economic challenges, impacting the value and stability of the Ukrainian Hryvnia.

01/12/2011: New Security Features

To combat counterfeiting, the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic introduces new security features on the Peso Dominicano banknotes.

01/07/2008: Exchange rate flexibility

Ukraine implemented a flexible exchange rate system, allowing the Ukrainian Hryvnia to fluctuate based on market forces rather than being pegged to a fixed rate.

01/10/2004: Banknote redesign

New banknotes of the Ukrainian Hryvnia were issued with enhanced security features and updated designs, aimed at combating counterfeiting.

01/03/2004: Transition to the Peso Dominicano

The Dominican Republic transitions from the Peso Oro to the Peso Dominicano, a new currency with a different exchange rate, to improve monetary stability.

02/09/1996: Currency reform

A currency reform was conducted, introducing new banknotes and coins of the Ukrainian Hryvnia, addressing issues of inflation and stabilization.

02/09/1992: Introduction of the Ukrainian Hryvnia

The Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH) was introduced as the national currency, replacing the Soviet ruble, marking Ukraine's economic independence.

11/10/1947: Introduction of the Peso Oro

The Peso Oro is introduced as a new currency in the Dominican Republic, replacing the previous Peso. It is pegged to the US dollar at a fixed exchange rate.

09/01/1905: The Monetary Law of 1905

The Dominican government enacts the Monetary Law of 1905, which establishes the gold standard for the Peso, linking its value to the US dollar.

17/03/1877: Introduction of Paper Money

The first paper money denominated in the Dominican Peso is introduced, replacing the previously used gold and silver coins.

27/02/1844: Dominican Independence

After gaining independence from Haiti, the Dominican Republic introduces its own currency, the Peso, as a symbol of its sovereignty.