The Congolese franc (CDF) is actually the official currency of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, a Central African country that was also known as Zaire. Congolese francs replaced new zaires in 1997; each franc is made up of 100 centimes. The Central Bank of the Congo issues the Congolese currency in centime and franc banknotes; it does not issue coins. Many international casinos cater to the African gambling market, so at least a few live casinos accept CDF deposits.
To this end, Congolese players can test their luck at live casino games such as blackjack, three-card poker, and roulette without having to convert their money.