Remember, the rate shown on Google that @gwyneth_galvin has screen-shotted above is only ever the ‘interbank’ exchange rate. That’s the rate that governments/banks etc do business at. It’s handy for a quick approximation, but it’s never realistic for an individual to get that rate. The payment processor will always charge an exchange fee on top of that, whether that’s a bank, bureau de change, PayPal, etc.
Unfortunately currency exchange fees are just a fact of life of doing business abroad. If you want to take advantage of foreign markets, you’ll have to pay an exchange fee one way or another (whether you use Fiverr as a platform or not). The key is finding the method that results in the lowest fee, e.g. comparing rates between Pioneer/PayPal etc. As someone else mentioned, there is a discussion going on separately about Fiverr’s new ‘local currency’ feature and whether this results in a better rate or not.
As a side note - @gwyneth_galvin, We’re both withdrawing in GBP, and a silver lining of the UK’s economic woes at the moment is that a weak pound is at least getting us slightly more for our dollars earned here on Fiverr! You’ll get noticeably more pounds today than you would have done a few months back.