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Moko Currency Converter

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Moko Currency Converter is a simple and beautiful default currency conversion script that updates all real-time information. This script allows you to create your own own currency converter site that supports 170 currencies with the ability to change the default currency extremely easily !.

Features

  • Real-Time Default Currency
  • Title Bar Exchange Rate.
  • Configurable Ads Space
  • Configurable Values ​​
  • 170 Country Currencies Supported
  • Pure Coding with Correct Comment
  • Any Shared Hosting or Even Free Hosts Can Be Used
  • 100% Ajax Based
  • Configurable Download Rate
  • SEO meta data setup website
  • Bootstrap + jQuery for the best user experience
  • Beautiful mobile responsive design
  • 100% Easy Installation
  • Multilingual support
  • Change everything like. Website Title, Description
  • ] Configurable Bitcoin Donations (Wallet Link)
  • Beautiful Design Template
  • SEO Friendly HTML5 Markup

Supported Countries

Afghanistan Afghani, Albania Leak, Algerian Dinar, Angolan Kwanza, Argentina Peso, Armenian Dram, Aruba Guilder, Australian Dollar, Azerbaijan New Manat, Bahamian Dollar, Bahraini Dinar, Barbadian Dollar, Bangladeshi Taka, Belarussian Ruble, Belize Dollar, Bermuda Dollar, Bhutanese Ngultrum, Bitcoin, Bolivian Boliviano, Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Marka, Botswana Pula, Bulgaria Lev, Burundian Franc, Brazilian Real, Brunei Darussalam Dollar, Cambodian Riel, Canadian Dollar, Cape Verde Escudo, Cayman Islands Dollar, Central African CFA Franc, Chile Peso, China Yuan Renminbi, Colombian Peso, Comorian Franc, Congolese Franc, Costa Rica Colon, Croatian Kuna, Cuban Peso, Czech Koruna, Danish Krone, Djibouti Franc, Dominican Republic Peso, East Caribbean Dollar, Egyptian Pound, Salvadoran Colon, Eritrean Nakfa, Estonia Kroon , Ethiopian Birr, Euro Member States, Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Pound, Fijian Dollar, Finnish Markka, French Franc, Gambian Dalas Georgian Lari, Ger Mann Mark, Ghana Cedis, Gibraltar Pound, Guatemalan Quetzal, Guernsey Pound, Guinea Franc, Guyana Dollar, Haitian Gourde, Honduras Lempira, Hong Kong Dollar, Hungary Forint, Icelandic Krona, Indian Rupee, Indonesian Rupiah, Iran Rial , Iraqi Dinar, Irish Pound, Island Pound, Israeli New Shekel, Italian Lira, Jamaican Dollar, Japanese Yen, Jersey Pound, Jordanian Dinar, Kazakhstan Dune, Kenyan Shilling, Kuwaiti Dinar, South Korea won, Kyrgyzstan, Laos Chicken, Latvia , Lebanese Pounds, Lesotho Loti, Liberian Dollar, Libyan Dinar, Lithuanian Litas, Macanese Pataca, Macedonian Denar, Malawian Ariary, Malawian Kwacha, Malaysian Ringgit, Maldivian Rufiyaa, Mauritania Ouguiya, Mauritian Rupee, Mexican Peso, Moldova Leu, Mongolian Tughrik, Moroccan Dirham, Mozambique Metals, Myanmar Kyat, Namibian Dollar, Nepalese Rupee, Netherlands Antilles Guilder, New Zealand Dollar, Nicaragua Cordoba, Nigerian Naira, Norwegian Krone, North Korea Won Omani Rial, Pakis Spanish Rupee, Panamania N Balboa, Papua New Guinea China, Paraguayan Guarani, Peruvian Nuevo Sol, Philippines Peso, Polish Zloty, Qatari Riyal, Romanian New Leu, Russian Ruble, Rwanda Franc, Saint Helena Pound, Samoan Languages, Sao Tome and Principe Dobra , Saudi Arabian Riyal Serbian Dinar, Seychelles Rupee, Sierra Leonean Leone, Singapore Dollar, Slovak Koruna, Solomon Islands Dollar, Somali Shilling, South African Rand, Sri Lanka Rupee, Swazi Lilangeni, Swedish Kroner, Switzerland Franc, Sudanese Pound, Surinamese Dollar, Syrian Pound, Taiwan New Dollar, Tajikistan Somoni, Tanzanian Shilling, Thai Baht, Tongan Paid, Trinidad and Tobago Dollar, Tunisian Dinar, Turkish Lira, Turkmenistan Manat, Tuvalu Dollar, Ugandan Shilling, Ukraine Hryvna, United Arab Emirates Dirham , United Kingdom Pound, Uruguayan peso, Uzbekistani Som, Vanuatu Vatu, Venezuela Bolivar, Vietnamese Dong, Yemen Rial, Zambian Kwacha, Zimbabwe Dollar

Demo Link: http://catonite.website/mokocurrency

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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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