“Som” is used as the currency of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The Uzbek people, who gained their freedom with the dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, established the Republic of Uzbekistan. Despite this, the Ruble continued to be used in Uzbekistan for a while. Subsequently, Uzbekistan Som was adopted as the national currency. Information about Uzbekistan Som is in rest of the article. For information about Monaca currency, you can browse here.
What is the currency of Uzbekistan? Information about Uzbekistan Som
The largest denomination of Uzbek currency was the 1,000 soʻm banknote until 2013. Therefore, Uzbeks were required to carry large amounts of banknotes only for grocery shopping and paying bills. Since 2019, the largest denomination is the 100,000 soʻm banknote which made the situation easier. The rampant inflation situation is considered a politically sensitive issue in Uzbekistan, which is why the Uzbek government is slow to acclimate the currency to its current value by issuing higher coin and note denominations. As a result, the current highest coin denomination in circulation is the 500 soʻm while the highest banknote denomination is the 100,000 soʻm. Coins and banknotes below 50 soʻm are practically worthless now.
Uzbekistan Som to US Dollar? Uzbekistan Som banknotes
At the current exchange rate (05.03.2021), 1 Uzbekistan Som is equal to $ 0.000095.
Uzbekistan Som banknotes are as follows:
- 1 Uzbekistan Som
- 3 Uzbekistan Som
- 5 Uzbekistan Som
- 10 Uzbekistan Som
- 25 Uzbekistan Som
- 50 Uzbekistan Som
- 100 Uzbekistan Som
- 200 Uzbekistan Som
- 500 Uzbekistan Som
- 1000 Uzbekistan Som
- 5000 Uzbekistan Som
- 10000 Uzbekistan Som
- 50000 Uzbekistan Som
- 100000 Uzbekistan Som
For details: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uzbekistani_so%CA%BBm