JOD (.د.أ)

Currency: Jordanian dinar

The Jordanian dinar is the official currency of Jordan. One US dollar is worth around 0.70 JOD. The Jordanian dinar (JOD) is the currency of Jordan, which is situated in the Middle East. It was first introduced in 1949, replacing the Palestinian pound. The dinar is subdivided into 10 dirham or 100 qirsh. The Central Bank of Jordan is responsible for issuing and managing the currency. The dinar is widely used throughout the country and is accepted at most major businesses, including hotels, restaurants, and shops. The currency has experienced relatively little fluctuation in recent years, making it a stable currency in the region.