The Sudanese pound (SDP) is the currency of the Republic of the Sudan in northeast Africa. The country's first pound was created in 1956 to replace the Egyptian pound. The second version of the Sudanese pound was introduced in 2007, supplanting the dinar that preceded it.
When South Sudan seceded from the Republic of Sudan in 2011, the third version of the pound was introduced. Sudanese pounds are issued by the Central Bank of Sudan in banknotes and coins of various denominations. The SDP is a free-floating currency whose value is tied to gold. Several live casinos, such as 1xBet and 22Bet, accept wagers made in the Sudanese currency,