Dinarland Highlights for March 11, 2023


Dinarland Highlights – 3.11.23


[via PDK]

I am still getting reports that they expect to start training folks on the lower denoms as early as next week.  When this does occur I guess there may be a total blackout in communications in Iraq…or canned and recycled news. They will need a few days to keep things quiet…imo.  Before they let everyone into the banks.

IMO we are on the cusp of this.  There is a lot of news showing the stage is being set for this week…  MEMBER QUESTION:  Mark do you believe we are now in a window for new currency and a 1 to 1 rate to come to fruition?  Yes. Although I believe our rate will be higher.


Nader From The Mid East

What I’m gonna show you today I’m not sure about.  Somebody send it to me...they sent me the video of it…I’m not sure.  I don’t know if this guy printed them but I’m gonna show you the fifty new Iraqi dinars…if it’s not true it’s not me.  Somebody send it to me.

There’s no choice of Iraq using their own currency.  We have to use our own currency…it’s gonna change soon…the dinar would be always stronger than dollar…3x or 4x [more valuable than the US dollar]…


Frank26 (KTFA)

“The Central Bank of Iraq decides to use only the local currency at ATMs”


Historically when has Iraq made a move/a change in their monetary structure?  What months of the year does that normally happen?  The answer is April and September.  Therefor IMO March has a good chance for them to show them everything/explain everything to them and in April walk into the new exchange with a new currency…


MilitiaMan (KTFA)

You haven’t seen Al-Sadr come into play.  He hasn’t forced thousands or tens of thousands of people into the street so he must be confident that what he’s seeing is the reforms are on their way…



Clare (KTFA)

Kuwaiti dinar first and US dollar tenth: the 10 most powerful currencies in the world

The American “Forbes” magazine stated that the US dollar is not the strongest currency in the world, but rather the Kuwaiti dinar, and with a big difference between them. The American magazine stated that the US dollar is generally seen as the most powerful currency in the world, adding that it is the most traded currency on the world stage, but it is surprising that the “dollar” is not the most powerful paper currency, among the world’s 180 legally recognized currencies. all over the world

Article Continued:
“Here are the 10 most powerful currencies:
1. The Kuwaiti dinar – Is the strongest currency in the world..buys 3.26 US dollars (or in other words, 1 US dollar is equivalent to 0.31 Kuwaiti dinars, meaning that every Kuwaiti dinar is equivalent to about 3 dollars).
2. The Bahraini dinar – one Bahraini dinar buying 2.65 US dollars (or one dollar equals 0.38 Bahraini dinars).
3. The Omani Rial
4. The Jordanian dinar
5. Sterling
6. The Cayman Islands dollar
7. Gibraltar pound
8. Swiss francs
9. EUR  10. US dollars”


Sandy Ingram

There are rumors Iraq has been told not to revalue the currency below a set amount...[we’re] neither able to confirm or deny these rumors…



Inside Iraq they’re gonna start using the dinars and start getting away from the American dollar.  That’s what they need to do if they want to strengthen their currency.  They’re going to have to pull away from using the US dollar.  Not to mention there’s already the gap between the official rate and the black market rate is getting wider again.  One of the ways you can help tamper that down is stop offering the US dollars.  Iraq is heading in that direction.  Their ATMs are going to be dinars only.  They’re going to be limiting people to the amount of dollars they can have…that’s a good thing for Iraq .  It’s a step in the right direction.


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