Ghanaian cedis (GHS) serve as the currency of Ghana in West Africa. They are named after a shell, a nod to the fact that the cowry shell was once Ghana's currency before coming under the control of the British Empire. Ghanaian cedis are subdivided into 100 pesewas and are issued by the Bank of Ghana in banknotes and coins from one pesewa to 200 cedis. Only a few web-based gambling sites, including live casinos, accept Ghanaian cedis even though many of them welcome players from Ghana.
Whether they choose to wager using Ghanaian currency or another monetary unit, live casino fans can have fun with poker, baccarat, and other live games.