What is a Nonconvertible Currency?

A nonconvertible currency, or blocked currency, is a currency that has restrictions placed on it by its government.
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A Nonconvertible Currency or blocked currency is a currency that has restrictions placed on it by its government for buying and selling other currencies on the foreign exchange market.

Developing countries are more likely to have government restrictions, such as the North Korean won which is non-convertible.

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