Sweden's official currency is the Swedish kronor or krona (SEK), which is at times referred to as the Swedish crown in English since the word "krona" is Swedish for "crown." The SEK has been Sweden's currency since 1873, when it replaced the Riksdaler.
The central bank of Sweden, Sveriges Riksbank, issues banknotes in denominations from 20 to 500 kronor. It also circulates 1, 5, and 10 kronor coins. There are dozens of live casinos in Europe and elsewhere in the world that accept the SEK, so players in Sweden can relax and enjoy popular live dealer games and make wagers using Swedish currency.