The world's strongest currency is the Kuwaiti Dinar. It is the highest valued currency against the United States Dollar.
In second place, we have the Bahraini Dinar, which is the official currency of Bahrain and was first introduced in 1965.
The purchasing power of this currency is so high, that the government has to introduce 1/4 and 1/2 Rial banknotes.
The Jordanian Dinar, JOD, is the official currency of Jordan, an Arabic nation on the bank of the river Jordan.
The Pound Stirling is often perceived as being the strongest currency in the world, the oldest independent currency in the world.
The Gibraltar pound is the official currency of Gibraltar. The most common Gibraltar exchange rate is the GIP to Euro rate.
The next strongest currency in the world is the Cayman Islands Dollar. The Cayman Islands are a British Territory.
The EURO is the primary currency of the European Union and was adopted on January 1, 1999. The currency first began virtually.
Next on the list, we have the Swiss Franc, which is the official currency of Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Kicking off our list of the strongest currencies in the world is the US dollar. It’s the currency of the United States of America.