Dubai and many other nations within the United Arab Emirates utilise the dirham as their official currency. In addition, it is the former mass unit of the Ottoman Empire and Persia. The name Dirham stems from drachma or didrachm, the Greek coin or currency.
AED is the currency symbol for the dirham, which stands for Arab Emirates Dirham. The most frequently traded pair is the Indian Rupee (INR) and the UAE Dirham (AED) (AED). The Dirham can be written as Dh or Dhs, and it is subdivided into 100 fils. The International Monetary Fund updates exchange rates, and the AED conversion factor contains six primary digits.