Currency Mart's online currency converter is a quick and easy way to view real-time Currency Mart's exchange rates at the click of a button. Exchange rates are constantly changing, and our real-time currency converter will be updated accordingly, making it an ideal tool to monitor the market exchange rate of any given currency. Just select the currency pair you want to view, and our built-in market exchange rate calculator will provide you with its latest market value. A currency converter is software code that is designed to convert one currency into another in order to check its corresponding value. The code is generally a part of a web site or it forms a mobile app and it is based on Currency Mart's live foreign exchagne rates. In order to convert one currency into another, a user enters an amount of money (e.g. '1000') and chooses the currency he/she wishes to check the monetary value of (e.g. 'United States Dollar'). After that, the user selects one, or sometimes several other currencies, he/she would like to see the result in. The application software then calculates and displays the corresponding amount of money.
This currency converter is based on rates of Currency Mart's each branch and rates are real time and are updated every 5 minutes.
US dollar comes with 2 rates. Walk in rate is used when customer pay or receive US dollar by cash.
US noncash rate apply if customers pay or receive US dollar by financial instruments, such as cheque, wire, or EFT.
Currencies other than US dollar has a preorder rate, which applied when customers purchae foreign currencies from us and give us 3 days notice before pick up. Preorder options only availabe for 2 branches in Manitoba
Each currency comes with two currency exchange rates, either Currency Mart buys from customers or Currency Mart sells to customers. Click two blue buttons, "Currency Mart Buys In" or "Currency Mart Sells Out", to switch buy in or sell out rates. Each currency exchange rate comes with two expressions, either $1 foreign currency=$$$ local currency or $1 local currency=$$$ foreign currency. These two expressions descripe the same rate in two ways, but the effect rate remains the same. How to convert these two expressions to each other? 1 / rate in one expression=rate in another expression.