The Serbian dinar (RSD) is the official currency of Serbia, a developing country in the Balkans. This Serbian currency, dating from 1214, has a long and colorful history. Serbian dinars that are in circulation today were introduced in 2003 to replace the Yugoslav dinar. The National Bank of Serbia issues RSD banknotes and coins in various denominations.
Informally referred to as the "din," the Serbian dinar isn't as widely accepted by live casinos compared to other currencies, such as the euro. Live casino fans in Serbia shouldn't be disheartened because there are several sites accepting Serbian currency for wagers for live dealer games including blackjack, roulette, and baccarat.