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WooCommerce Multi Currency is a powerful plugin that allows businesses to accept payments in multiple currencies and easily switch between them. It allows users to set fixed prices in multiple currencies for each product, and can be used to hide currencies if desired. The plugin also supports manual setting of exchange rates and can detect the user’s location and switch to their local currency.

WooCommerce Multi Currency allows users to choose appropriate currency payment options, including the option to choose all, search by country and currency, insert or delete a nation by hand, and do away with all nations. The plugin also supports automatic currency detection, detecting a customer’s location and language when displaying the price.

The plugin also supports polylang-based currency selection, allowing customers to choose the currency they prefer based on their language. For example, if your site supports two languages, the default currency will show the cost in their own currency, while the price estimate will be shown in the buyer’s local currency.

WooCommerce Multi Currency also allows customers to choose a currency at checkout, allowing them to choose the one most convenient for them. To accept payments in the chosen currency, a payment gateway must be set up on your site. The plugin is compatible with various plugins, and users can test the free version to ensure it works properly on their site.

CURCY – WooCommerce Multi Currency NULLED Plugin: What Is It?
CURCY – WooCommerce Multi Currency NULLED Plugin is a crucial addition to any WooCommerce shop. WooCommerce Multi Currency enables your business to accept payments in many currencies, and it also lets your consumers move easily between currencies. You have the option of manually or automatically setting the exchange rate. The plugin can detect the user’s location and switch to their local currency without them having to do a thing.

Remember this:

WooCommerce Multi Currency’s currency bar may be shown on certain pages with the use of WordPress’ Conditional Tags.

This plugin employs the potentially malicious eval() function to deal with WordPress’ Conditional Tags. For this reason, only conditional tags verified by official sources should be included here.

You can do the following using WooCommerce Multi Currency:

Price items in many currencies and display them to customers. Allow users to toggle between currencies using a shortcode, the Currency Bar (accessible in the Design menu), or the Currency Price Switcher (accessible in the General menu).

WooCommerce Multi Currency enables you to set a fixed price in several currencies for each product. The predetermined costs will replace the variable exchange rate costs.

To avoid using cookies, you may tell the plugin to “use SESSION” to remember the currency setting instead.

Modify the default currency symbols or provide your own. There are many acceptable formats for the United States Dollar (USD, US$, $…).
WooCommerce Multi Currency’s Hide Currency feature lets you conceal any currencies you don’t want customers to see.

WooCommerce Multi Currency also supports manual setting of the exchange rate.

Take charge of the currency conversion fee that your financial institution or money transfer service may impose each time you convert currencies. The foreign exchange charge is the spread between the applied exchange rate and the market rate at which the currency is actually transacted. You may set fixed exchange costs in WooCommerce Multi Currency.

The customer’s IP address should be used to determine the displayed currency.

WooCommerce Multi Currency may display both the price in the store’s default currency and an estimate of the price in the customer’s local currency if you do not want the plugin to automatically recognize the customer’s nation and display the price in their local currency.

Pick the appropriate nations for each currency: Choose all, Search by country and currency. Insert or delete a nation by hand. Do away with all nations.

Allowing clients to pay in many currencies will increase your sales.

Choose appropriate currency payment options.
Checkout must be completed in a specified currency. Incorporate a currency selection step after the “Place order” button.

Any time a client makes a change to their billing or shipping address, the currency must be updated.

This feature is useful if the product prices shown on the Single Product page and the Checkout page are listed in different currencies.

Modify how the currency exchange rate display looks.

WooCommerce Multi Currency gives you complete control over how your products prices are presented to your customers.

Make it such that the exchange rate is automatically updated once per hour, day, week, or month.

Choose a provider for up-to-date foreign conversion rates, such as VillaTheme.com, Google Finance, or Yahoo Finance. In the future, we want to offer support for more exchange rate APIs.

This feature of WooCommerce Multi Currency sends an email to the administrator every time the exchange rate is updated.


If a client is located in a certain nation or speaks a certain language, WooCommerce Multi Currency will automatically switch to that currency.

Warning: If you’re using a cached page or server, the automatic country detection functions may not function correctly. If you want to make sure it works well with your website, we suggest going with the free version first.

The plugin uses the client’s IP address to determine the customer’s country, and then uses the resulting currency to display the item’s price.

Please take into account that this option can only be used to detect at the national level and not at the level of individual states, provinces, or regions.

Customers from different countries may see prices in different currencies based on their location.

Customers may get a rough idea of the product’s cost in their own currency using the approximate pricing tool. The default currency will be used to show the cost. However, below that, a price estimate will be shown in the local currency of the buyer.
Polylang-based currency selection: Based on the language of your site, the plugin will decide which currency to use for displaying pricing. If your site supports two languages, say English and Spanish, you may choose to list pricing in British pounds sterling (GBP) on the English version and Euros (EUR) on the Spanish version.

Similar to Polylang, the currency will be chosen automatically depending on the language set in the WPML plugin.


WooCommerce has added the ability to choose a currency at checkout. One or more currencies may be used throughout the checkout process.

Accept a variety of currencies so that buyers may choose the one most convenient for them. To accept payments in the currency chosen by the user, you must have a payment gateway set up on your site.

You may choose a currency during checkout thanks to this plugin. You may, for instance, provide product pricing in four distinct currencies while only accepting two as payment.

It is possible to tailor which payment gateway is shown in the shopping cart depending on the currency used.

Cart Payment Currency: If the Cart page currency is different from the checkout currency, the Cart page currency will be changed to match the checkout currency.


The plugin was made in ideal conditions. Following a successful installation, you may choose the desired currency pairs and then click Save. We guarantee a response to every support ticket within one business day.


Make sure the plugin works properly on your site by testing out the free version first. You may notice that certain widely used extensions are incompatible with WooCommerce Multi Currency. If you let us know, we can see if we can make them work together. WooCommerce Multi Currency is compatible with the following plugins: If you want to stay on top of when new versions of plugins that work with WooCommerce Multi Currency are released, you can do so by visiting this plugin’s documentation.

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