Dollars to Naira Black Market Exchange Rate Today 2024. The current exchange rate for United States Dollar (USD) to Nigerian Naira (NGN) set by the central bank and Aboki FX are provide below for those seeking to buy or sell foreign currency.
It is important to note that the CBN exchange rate is often lower than the black market exchange rate. Yes, the Parallel exchange rate also known as the black market exchange rate is usually different from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) exchange rate.
That is one of the reasons why some people may prefer to exchange their foreign currency especially the US Dollars to naira using the black market because the exchange rate
Dollar to Naira Black Market Rate for Today 2024
As of today February 2024, the black market exchange rate for the US dollar to Nigerian Naira is N1440 to 1 USD.
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Kindly note that exchange rates are constantly changing and can vary based on a variety of factors such as global economic conditions, political events and market demand.
However, we will keep updating it daily. You can bookmark the page and visit it daily for the latest up to date information on black market exchange rates and the CBN exchange rates for the US dollar to Nigerian Naira for currency exchange.
If you are in Nigeria, you can ask locals or street vendors who exchange currency in the area about the current exchange rate.
How Much is Dollar to Naira Official Exchange Rate Today 2024
According to the Central Bank of Nigeria, the official exchange rate for Dollar to Naira set by the CBN is 1367.245 Nigerian Naira per US Dollar.
However, note that exchange rates can fluctuate frequently and the current official exchange rate may be different. It’s always best to check the latest exchange rates by contacting a local bank or currency exchange bureau.
There are many several ways to check the Dollar to Naira Black Market rate;
- Check Online: You can search for “Dollar to Naira Black Market rate” on Google or other search engines, and you’ll find various websites that provide real-time updates on the current exchange rate.
- Social Media: Some Nigerian currency traders and exchange bureaus post updates on their social media pages, such as Twitter and Facebook about the current exchange rate.