The Rwandan franc (RWF) is the official currency of Rwanda, a small country in Africa's Great Rift Valley. It was introduced in 1916, replacing the German East African rupie upon Belgium's occupation of the country. Rwanda achieved independence from Belgium in 1962 and two years later, it began issuing its own Rwandan francs.
Banknotes and coins in various denominations are issued by the National Bank of Rwanda. While there isn't a surplus of live casinos that accept Rwandan currency, there are a few that players in Rwanda can patronize. Located overseas, these live casinos offer games such as roulette, baccarat, and blackjack, helmed by live dealers.