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The Afghan Afghani is the primary currency of Afghanistan. This currency is used by an estimated 39,835,428 people. Based on our estimate, Afghan Afghani is the #33 most popular currency is the world.

The currency code for the Afghan Afghani is "AFN". The ISO 4217 number for this currency is 971. The currency symbol for the Afghani is "؋".

Afghan Afghani conversion rates, useful facts, and holiday schedule can be found below.

AFN Currency Demographics

The primary country using the Afghan Afghani is Afghanistan.

There are approximately 39,835,428 people around the world who use the Afghan Afghani. The Afghan Afghani is the #33 most used widely currency is the world.

39,835,428 user population
Ranked #33 in the world

AFN Exchange Rates

1 Afghan Afghani equals:

Australian Dollar


Inverse: ؋60.35


Inverse: ؋93.47
British Pound


Inverse: ؋108.089
Indian Rupee


Inverse: ؋1.10
Japanese Yen


Inverse: ؋0.65
US Dollar


Inverse: ؋89.99

† Rates last updated at 8 hours ago

‡ Rates are the interbank rate and are only available on large transactions

AFN Currency Facts

AFN Details

ISO 4217 CodeAFN
ISO 4217 Number971
Unit NameAfghani
Currency NicknamesN.a.

AFN Denominations

Minor Unit NameN.a.
Minor Unit Symbol N.a. (written right-to-left)
Minor Units2
Frequently Used banknotes؋1, ؋2, ؋5, ؋10, ؋20, ؋50, ؋100, ؋500, ؋1000
Rarely Used BanknotesN.a.
Frequently Used Coins؋1, ؋2, ؋5
Rarely Used CoinsN.a.

AFN Issuance

Central BankDa Afghanistan Bank
Central Bank Websitehttp://www.centralbank.gov.af

World Bank Statistics

Estimated User Population39,835,428 people
Population Rank#33
AFN Inflation RateN.a.
Inflation RankN.a.

† Population and Inflation rate as based on data from the World Bank.

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AFN Currency History

The Afghan Afghani was created in January 2004. The table below shows the history of currencies that ultimately became the Afghan Afghani.

Currency Active Replaced By
Afghan afghani (AFA) January 1925 to December 2003 AFN