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BREAKING: Naira Falls Massively At P2P Market, Dollar To Naira Rate Hits N581/$1

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Naira, Dollar to Naira, Naira P2p Market

Naira Falls Massively At the P2P Market, Dollar To Naira Hits N581/$1

Nigeria’s Naira has recorded its highest low in 2022 at the peer-to-peer (P2P), parallel market otherwise known as the Black market.

Brand News Day Nigeria gathers that Dollar To Naira at the P2P market is trading for as high as N581.1 to a dollar on a popular crypto exchange platform. This was obtained in observation on the Peer-to-Peer exchange forum where Naira is been exchanged for the USDollar.

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The dollar to Naira exchange rate at N581.4/$1, represents a 0.8% decline compared to N576.6/$1 recorded as of the end of the previous week, hitting a record low. Meanwhile, the exchange rate at the black market currently trades flat at $571/$ same as recorded in the previous trading session.

BREAKING: Naira Falls Massively At P2P Market, Dollar To Naira Rate Hits N581/$1

Naira, Dollar to Naira, Naira P2p Market

On the other hand, a look at the official Investors and Exporters window shows that naira closed at N416.33/$1 on Monday, 17th January 2022, representing a marginal appreciation compared to N416.5/$1 recorded on Friday, last week.

In a previous week, a sum of $631.89 million exchanged hands at the official forex market, which is higher than the $442.59 million recorded in the previous week.

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Meanwhile, Nigeria’s foreign reserve lost $62.59 million on Monday, 17th January 2022, representing a 0.15% decline to stand at $40.42 billion, increasing the year-to-date loss to $104.27 million.

What Is peer-to-peer – P2P market Meaning

P2P forex market, a short form for peer-to-peer, which basically means you are transacting in foreign currencies directly with a dealer from an online platform.

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This process does not involve any middleman; hence you will bargain directly with the dealer, who might not be in Nigeria, you transfer Naira to them, and they send the dollar equivalent to you.

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It is another form of the parallel market; however, the chances are that the rate could be slightly different from the BDCs (middlemen effect). It could be as a result of a barter too. Someone who needs naira could trade with another who needs dollars/pounds etc.

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