How to see Your YouTube earning in country specific currency.



YouTube is improving day by to care about its users as well as channel creators.If you are YouTube channel owner then you may probably noticed that your earning will shown in USD $ only.And When you'll get paid your earning will converted in to your country specific currency.But now YouTube allow user to see their earning in country specific.

Currently following countries currencies are allowed. 

  •     USD – US Dollar
  •     EUR – Euro
  •     GBP – British Pound Sterling
  •     JPY – Japanese Yen
  •     CHF – Swiss Franc
  •     AED – United Arab Emirates Dirham
  •     ANG – Netherlands Antillean Guilder
  •     ARS – Argentine Peso
  •     AUD – Australian Dollar
  •     BDT – Bangladeshi Taka
  •     BGN – Bulgarian Lev
  •     BHD – Bahraini Dinar
  •     BND – Brunei Dollar
  •     BOB – Bolivian Boliviano
  •     BRL – Brazilian Real
  •     BWP – Botswanan Pula
  •     CAD – Canadian Dollar
  •     CHF – Swiss Franc
  •     CLP – Chilean Peso
  •     CNY – Chinese Yuan
  •     COP – Colombian Peso
  •     CRC – Costa Rican Colón
  •     CZK – Czech Republic Koruna
  •     DKK – Danish Krone
  •     DOP – Dominican Peso
  •     DZD – Algerian Dinar
  •     EGP – Egyptian Pound
  •     EUR – Euro
  •     FJD – Fijian Dollar
  •     GBP – British Pound Sterling
  •     GTQ – Guatemalan Quetzal
  •     HKD – Hong Kong Dollar
  •     HNL – Honduran Lempira
  •     HRK – Croatian Kuna
  •     HUF – Hungarian Forint
  •     IDR – Indonesian Rupiah
  •     ILS – Israeli New Sheqel
  •     INR – Indian Rupee
  •     JMD – Jamaican Dollar
  •     JOD – Jordanian Dinar
  •     JPY – Japanese Yen
  •     KES – Kenyan Shilling
  •     KRW – South Korean Won
  •     KWD – Kuwaiti Dinar
  •     KYD – Cayman Islands Dollar
  •     KZT – Kazakhstani Tenge
  •     LBP – Lebanese Pound
  •     LKR – Sri Lankan Rupee
  •     MAD – Moroccan Dirham
  •     MDL – Moldovan Leu
  •     MKD – Macedonian Denar
  •     MUR – Mauritian Rupee
  •     MVR – Maldivian Rufiyaa
  •     MXN – Mexican Peso
  •     MYR – Malaysian Ringgit
  •     NAD – Namibian Dollar
  •     NGN – Nigerian Naira
  •     NIO – Nicaraguan Córdoba
  •     NOK – Norwegian Krone
  •     NPR – Nepalese Rupee
  •     NZD – New Zealand Dollar
  •     OMR – Omani Rial
  •     PEN – Peruvian Nuevo Sol
  •     PGK – Papua New Guinean Kina
  •     PHP – Philippine Peso
  •     PKR – Pakistani Rupee
  •     PLN – Polish Zloty
  •     PYG – Paraguayan Guarani
  •     QAR – Qatari Rial
  •     RON – Romanian Leu
  •     RSD – Serbian Dinar
  •     RUB – Russian Ruble
  •     SAR – Saudi Riyal
  •     SCR – Seychellois Rupee
  •     SEK – Swedish Krona
  •     SGD – Singapore Dollar
  •     SLL – Sierra Leonean Leone
  •     SVC – Salvadoran Colón
  •     THB – Thai Baht
  •     TND – Tunisian Dinar
  •     TRY – Turkish Lira
  •     TTD – Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
  •     TWD – New Taiwan Dollar
  •     TZS – Tanzanian Shilling
  •     UAH – Ukrainian Hryvnia
  •     UGX – Ugandan Shilling
  •     USD – US Dollar
  •     UYU – Uruguayan Peso
  •     UZS – Uzbekistan Som
  •     VEF – Venezuelan Bolívar
  •     VND – Vietnamese Dong
  •     XAF – CFA Franc BEAC
  •     XOF – CFA Franc BCEAO
  •     YER – Yemeni Rial
  •     ZAR – South African Rand



YouTube Currency:


You can select your preferred currency to display the earnings in your Estimated Earnings and Ad Performance reports. This currency is only shown in YouTube Analytics and does not affect the currency you’re paid in.

Daily earnings are converted using the prevailing market exchange rate for the day.

Note that even if the reporting currency in YouTube Analytics is the same as your payment currency, the exchange rates used in YouTube Analytics might differ from the exchange rate applied to your final earnings in AdSense.

Currencies other than USD are only available from October 2009.

How to set your Currency?

You do it with following few steps:
1.  Logging to your account.
2. Go to Analytics tab
YouTube Analytics settings


3.Click on Setting icon (Upper right corner).
4.Now choose your currency.

YouTube Analytics settings1

5. Done!


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