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January 24, 2024

Jusnote adds UAE dirham as a new currency option

Jusnote users in the UAE can now choose the dirham as their main currency. Learn how this new feature can help you manage your legal finances.

Jusnote has announced the addition of a new currency option: the UAE dirham (AED). This update comes in response to the growing demand from Jusnote users in the United Arab Emirates, which is one of the fastest-growing legal markets in the world.

The UAE dirham, the official currency of the United Arab Emirates, is pegged to the US dollar at a fixed exchange rate of approximately 3.67 AED to 1 USD. Jusnote users can now select the UAE dirham as their primary currency or as one of the multiple currencies with which they operate. This update enables them to create invoices, track payments, generate reports, and manage their finances in AED.

Committed to providing the best legal practice management software for lawyers worldwide, Jusnote’s introduction of the UAE dirham furthers its ongoing efforts to enhance feature functionality and to fulfill the diverse needs of its global user base. Jusnote currently supports 17 currencies, including two cryptocurrencies: USDT and EURT.

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