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(Àtúnjúwe láti United States Dollar)
Dọ́là Orílẹ̀-èdè Amẹ́ríkà
Copper Alloy Dollar 31 USC 5112(a)(1) Fine Silver Dollar 31 USC 5112(e)
Copper Alloy Dollar

31 USC 5112(a)(1)

Fine Silver Dollar

31 USC 5112(e)

ISO 4217 code USD
Central bank Federal Reserve System
Website www.federalreserve.gov
Official user(s) Àwọn Ìpínlẹ̀ Aṣọ̀kan United States of America
Unofficial user(s)
Inflation CPI inflation rate
Source 2.14% [1] March 2010.
Pegged by
1/10 Dime
1/100 Cent
1/1000 Mill (only used in accounting)
Symbol $
Cent ¢
Nickname Buck, paper, smacker, and greenback. Also, Washingtons, Jeffersons, Lincolns, Jacksons, Benjamins, and Hamiltons are used based on denomination; also peso in Puerto Rico, and piastre in Cajun Louisiana.
Freq. used , , 10¢, 25¢
Rarely used 50¢, $1[citation needed]
Freq. used $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100
Rarely used $2
Printer Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Website www.moneyfactory.gov
Mint United States Mint
Website www.usmint.gov

Dola Amerika je owonina ni awon orile-ede ni orile Amerika, Asia ati Afrika.

  1. US Dollar and Pakistani rupee are widely accepted.
  2. Alongside Cambodian Riel
  3. Alongside East Timor centavo coins
  4. Alongside Ecuadorian centavo coins
  5. Salvadoran colón is now used only by some banks in few electronic transactions.
  6. Alongside Panamanian balboa coins
  7. Alongside Zimbabwean dollar (suspended indefinitely from 12 April 2009), Euro, Pound Sterling, South African rand and Botswana pula. The US Dollar has been adopted as the official currency for all government transactions.
  8. Alongside Bermudian dollar)