The Indonesian Rupiah is the official currency of Indonesia and it is used for trading and investing in the Indonesian financial markets. It is used for buying, selling and trading stocks and other financial instruments. The Rupiah is also used for making payments for goods and services and for remitting money to and from Indonesia. Furthermore, the Rupiah is also used as a store of value, as a medium of exchange and as a unit of account. As such, it is a key currency for investors and traders in the Indonesian financial markets.