Currencies

A significant number of people are attracted to online casino gaming, but develop cold feet wondering what currency they would use to make and receive payments. Well, that is an issue which casinos usually notice beforehand, and come up with solutions. No matter where you are located, it is possible to play in an online casino.

The value of a player's country's currency against world-leading currencies will significantly affect how much value they get in an online casino. Some casinos allow players to make a deposit using their local money, then convert it when playing, while others require the exchange to be done before deposits are made.

Currencies
US dollars

The United States dollar (USD) is the official currency of the USA and its territories across the world, including Guam, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. The American dollar is also the official medium of exchange of independent countries such as Ecuador, Palau, and Zimbabwe.

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Euros

The Euro is the official currency for European Union member states, which ratified the use of Euros as the medium of exchange for their domestic economies and daily financial transactions. Being one of the most trusted and stable currencies of the whole world, the Euros currency offers advantages especially in making an investment with financial instruments and also targeting a fortune in live casino games.

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Japanese yen

Japan is an island country that is located in Southeast Asia and known for a strong, stable economy as well as being a center of high technology development. Japanese yen is accepted as the official Japanese currency, so all foreign visitors are expected to convert their local currencies to Japanese yen for daily monetary transactions.

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British pounds sterling

The British pound sterling (GBP), or simply the pound, is the United Kingdom's official currency. Its name derives from the fact that a pound coin was once as heavy as one troy pound of sterling silver. In comparison, a £1 coin today weighs 8.75 grams or about 31 ounces. British pounds are also used as currencies in British Overseas Territories and crown dependencies. In addition, several other currencies are pegged to the GBP.

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Australian dollars

The Australian dollar (AUD) is the national currency of Australia and its territories. Aus dollars are also offical currencies in several Pacific Island nations. Informally referred to as buck or dough, the AUD replaced the Australian pound in 1966. Issued by the Reserve Bank of Australia, the Aus dollar circulates in banknotes and coins of various denominations, from as low as 5 cents to as high as 100 AUD.

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Canadian dollars

The standard Canadian currency is the Canadian dollar, which is commonly abbreviated as CAD. This currency has a Can$ or C$ symbol for its routine representation. These symbols are the significant differences between the Canadian dollar and the American dollar. Besides, Loonie is a typical Canadian dollar nickname known to analysts and foreign currency exchange merchants.

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Swiss francs

Swiss Francs, issued by the Swiss National Bank, are the country's official currency. They carry a long and storied history, having been used since the 16th century, with the first francs being issued in 1798. The Swiss franc is usually abbreviated as Fr, while its official international code is CFI.

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Chinese yuan

Chinese Yuan is an accepted currency in all global economies. China's great amount of trade volume enables Chinese currency to be converted to almost all currencies of the world easily. In all sort of investments, even in live casino games, the Chinese Yuan can be bought and sold at a very profitable rate.

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Playing Blackjack with Bitcoin | Is it worth it?
2021-05-20

Playing Blackjack with Bitcoin | Is it worth it?

Blackjack has dominated most casino floors for centuries now. And with the introduction of the live online casino version, this game’s popularity is only going up. But as live blackjack continues to busk in glory, a new version is already making the headlines – bitcoin blackjack. So, how is BTC blackjack different from the standard online blackjack?