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.