The dollar price in Venezuela today Monday, February 22, 2021, according to the DolarToday It is located at 1,860,103.73 bolivars. The bills Dollar Monitor they also publish their exchange rate reports in Instagram y Twitter.
Comparing the exchange rate in Venezuela yesterday Sunday, today increased by 55,068.47 units according to the DolarToday portal.
These are figures from parallel dollar, while the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) controls the official values of the exchange rates in the Venezuelan currency.
Dolartoday: price of the dollar in Venezuela
The price of the dollar in Venezuela stands at Bs. 1,860,103.73, according to DolarToday. In the following table you know the exchange rate in various amounts:
|5 USD||Bs. 9.300.518,65|
|10 USD||Bs. 18.601.037,30|
|20 USD||Bs. 37.202.074,60|
|50 USD||Bs. 93.005.186,50|
|100 USD||Bs. 186.010.373,00|
|500 USD||Bs. 930.051.865,00|
|1000 USD||Bs. 1.860.103.730,00|
Dollar monitor: dollar price in Venezuela
The price of the dollar today, Monday, February 22, 2021, according to the Monitor Dollar Web account is Bs. S. 1,745,108.09.
Parallel dollar in Venezuela
Know how the dollar price in Venezuela is going according to the graph of free dollar in Venezuela.
Monitor Dollar Vzla TODAY on Instagram
Below the dollar price in Venezuela Today, Monday, February 22, 2021 via Instagram.
Dollar Monitor TODAY on Twitter
Meet here the dollar price in Venezuela today via Twitter.
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How much did the dollar close in Venezuela yesterday?
The price of the dollar in Venezuela yesterday Sunday, February 21, 2021 It closes at 1,805,035.26 bolivars, according to the DolarToday page.
How much does the dollar cost in bolivars?
The exchange rate of the Venezuelan bolivar to the US currency is 1,755,462.00 according to data obtained by Morningstar and Coinbase (on cryptocurrency).
On Sunday, February 21, the Government of Venezuela denounced the acts of violence committed against the country’s embassy in Peru, after a demonstration in which there was a stone attack on the diplomatic headquarters.
On Saturday, February 20, several people protested in Lima over the murder of a Peruvian in Colombia, allegedly at the hands of Venezuelan criminals, to demand justice and the expulsion of undocumented foreigners.
The Executive of Nicolas Maduro It condemned hours later “the acts of violence that occurred (…) in the face of the contemplative attitude and inaction on the part of the security forces, in total non-observance of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and Consular Relations.”
The Venezuelan Foreign Ministry demanded through a statement “That the Peruvian authorities guarantee the integrity of the diplomatic and consular personnel of Venezuela, as well as the security of their headquarters and facilities”, He also demanded “full respect for the integrity of the Venezuelan citizens who live in that country.”