Croatia, as a member state of the European Union, uses its official Croatian currency: Croatian Kuna. Due to its domestic economic structure, fiscal problems and the profitable value of Croatian Kuna against Euros and American Dollars, Croatia still uses its national currency. Croatian Kuna is devalued towards the Euro, so it is highly demanded for investments that can be actualized via live casino games in Croatia.
The probability of losing a lot of money is lower when playing with Croatian currency rather than a well known and more valuable currency, such as Euros. Live casino games can bring even greater yields of profit with bigger coefficients when Croatian Kunas are used.