The Dirham is the currency of Morocco. The plural form of dirham is Darahim, but in English and French Dirham is used for the plural. The Dirham is released by The Central Bank of Morocco, the Bank Al-Maghrib. The Dirham is also the de facto currency in Western Sahara. Although the Dirham is considered a wholly convertible currency, its export is prohibited by law but is uncontrolled.
Moroccan Dirham (MAD) Denominations
Banknotes come in values of 20 Dirhams, 50 Dirhams, 100 Dirhams, and 200 Dirhams. In addition to banknotes, Morocco also issues coins in various denominations, including 1 Dirham, 5 Dirhams, 10 Dirhams, 20 Dirhams, and 50 Dirhams. These coins and banknotes are widely used for everyday transactions in Morocco.