For customer convenience and to make it easier for customers to understand their winnings, casinos usually support a number of currencies. These currencies most often include the big ones like US dollar, Euro, Pound Sterling, Chinese Yuan and japanese Yen. Many casinos also support smaller currencies depending on their focus and presence.
The US Dollar (USD) is issued by the Federal Reserve (FRB) and is probably the world's most recognized and globally accepted currency. Dating back to to 1792 the "greens" has been one of the more stable currencies of the world. The US-Dollar comes in seven different bills ranging between 1-100. The US-Dollar is also an official currency in ten countries outside the USA including Ecuador, El-Salvador and Zimbabwe. The US-Dollar is probably the most widely used currency within the online gambling community.
The Turkish Lira (TRY) is the official currency in Turkey and is issued by the Türkiye Cumhuriyet Merkez Bankası. It has been in circulation for more than 100 years but was reintroduced in 2005 under the name "New Turkish Lira" The turkish lira has always been a currency with big fluctuation but is despite that a popular currency to use to gamble online.
The Thai Baht (THB) is the official currency in Thailand and is issued by the Royal Bank of Thailand. One baht is divided into 100 satang and the currency is structured in different banknotes rangking between 20-1000 ฿. The Thai Baht is ranked the tenth most traded currency in the world an is also frequently used currency for online gambling.
The Swiss franc is the currency employed in both Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Its history goes back to the foundation of the Helvetic Republic in 1798. Given Switzerland's renowned economic stability, and the advantages it offers for international trade, the franc is widely used as a reference in worldwide commercial markets, and seen as very reliable.
The Swedish Krona (SEK) is issued by the Swedish Riksbank and first came out on the market in 1876. The Swedish Krona in English is often referred to as Swedish Crown which is what Krona actually means in Swedish. The Swedish Krona or as it's often referred to (kr) is structured with bills ranging from 20-1000 SEK. One hundredth of a Krona is called öre and since 2016 the smallest coin has a value of 1 kr (100 öre). The swedish krona is the 9th most traded currency on the global foreign exchange market only one position behind the chinese Yuan. It's an excellent currency to use for online gambling.
The won is the currency in circulation in the Southern part of the Korean peninsula. Political events including the Japanese Invasion, the Korean War and the separation from the North, caused the won to stay indexed to either the Japanese Yen or the US Dollar for most of the last century. It is now a free-floating currency.
The South African Rand (ZAR) often listed as (R) is issued by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) and was first introduced in 1961. Before that the official currency in South Africa was the South African Pound. The South African Rand is structured in bills ranging from 10-200 R and there are six different coins ranging from 5 cent to 5 rand. The Rand is a popular currency to use for online gambling.
Two years after its independence from Malaysia in 1965, Singapore started issuing the Singapore dollar. Initially pegged to other currencies, after 1985, with the country's shift to a more open economy, and with the prosperity obtained after diversifying trade, the Singapore dollar was allowed to float. It has become a trusted indicator of Southeast Asian economies.
To see which casinos support your preferred currency, choose the currency in the drop down menu and see all casinos listed that support it. Then you can choose casinos supporting whatever currency you prefer. The currency option makes it easier for a better overview of your winnings.