How much is the dollar today in Venezuela? According to, the price of the US currency DolarTodayWednesday, August 18, 2021 reached 4,142,050.55 Bolivar. For this portal, today’s price has increased by 4,027.84 units. Yesterday, Tuesday, August 17th. For their part, accounts Dollar Monitor In Instagram Y Twitter They also present their exchange rate statements.
These are the figures for the equivalent dollar Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) Controls the official exchange rates of the Venezuelan currency.
Dolartoday: The value of the dollar in Venezuela
Dollar price in Venezuela Bs. 4,142,050.55 DolarToday. You will know the conversion rate in different sizes in the following table:
|5 USD||Bs 20.710.252,75|
|10 USD||Bs 41.420.505,50|
|$ 20||Bs 82.841.011,00|
|$ 50||Bs 207.102.527,50|
|$ 100||Bs 414.205.055,00|
|$ 500||Bs 2.071.025.275,00|
|$ 1000||Bs 4.142.050.550,00|
Dollar Monitor: The dollar price in Venezuela
According to the Monitor Dollar Web Account today, Wednesday, August 18, 2021 the price of the dollar is Bs. S. 4,053,340.96.
The equivalent dollar in Venezuela
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Head of Southern Command EE UU., Admiral Craig Fowler, Tuesday, August 17, he said he supports “A complete diplomatic evacuation” in Venezuela And he lamented that the protests of the Cubans on the island were “quiet” after the opening of the South American Defense Conference in Miami.
The Admiral noted that Tuesday’s session of the annual forum was dedicated to threats in cyberspace and the region, particularly Russia and China, and described the problems in Venezuela as “diplomatic and political.”
The South Korean leader, who oversees US military operations in Latin America and the Caribbean, criticized the government of Nicolas Maduro as a “disgrace” that has devastated the country for 25 years, destroying its people and violating their human rights.
“I know a lot of work is being done to reach a diplomatic solution internationally and to use diplomatic pressure to do the right thing,” Fowler said.