Historic Guinean franc United States dollar

Guinean franc united states dollar history since 29/02/2024 until today (0 years). Search for GNF to USD exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

is the currency (supplied by Central Bank of the Republic of Guinea and the currency supplied by Federal Reserve Bank. The GNF USD historical data can be seen on the Guinean franc united states dollar historical chart.

30 January 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
31 January 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
01 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
02 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
03 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
04 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
05 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
06 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
07 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
08 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
09 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
12 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
13 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
14 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
15 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
16 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
17 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
18 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
19 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
20 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
21 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
22 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
23 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
24 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
25 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
26 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
27 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
28 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD
29 February 20241 GNF = 0.0001 USD

30/06/2015: Demonetization of old Guinean franc banknotes

The old series of Guinean franc banknotes, denominated in 'Syli,' ceased to be legal tender, and only the new franc banknotes remained in circulation.

26/09/2012: Introduction of new Guinean franc coins

New coins denominated in the Guinean franc were introduced, replacing the previously used Guinean syli coins.

30/06/2010: Revaluation of the Guinean franc

The Guinean franc underwent a revaluation, with 1 new franc being equivalent to 10,000 old francs.

30/06/1997: Introduction of new Guinean franc

A new series of Guinean franc banknotes, denominated in 'Syli,' was introduced as a replacement for the previous currency.

30/11/1985: Devaluation of the Guinean franc

The Guinean franc was devalued by 50%, leading to an economic crisis and high inflation.

31/05/1971: Redenomination of the Guinean franc

The Guinean franc underwent a redenomination, with 1 new franc being equivalent to 10 old francs.

01/10/1959: Introduction of Guinean franc

The Guinean franc was introduced as the official currency of Guinea following its independence from France.