Online Casinos by Currency

For customer convenience and to make it easier for customers to understand their winnings, casinos usually support a number of currencies. These currencies most often include the big ones like US dollar, Euro, Pound Sterling, Chinese Yuan and japanese Yen. Many casinos also support smaller currencies depending on their focus and presence.


To see which casinos support your preferred currency, choose the currency in the drop down menu and see all casinos listed that support it. Then you can choose casinos supporting whatever currency you prefer. The currency option makes it easier for a better overview of your winnings.

    US dollars

    The US Dollar (USD) is issued by the Federal Reserve (FRB) and is probably the world's most recognized and globally accepted currency. Dating back to to 1792 the "greens" has been one of the more stable currencies of the world. The US-Dollar comes...

    Euros

    The EURO (EUR) dates back to the 90ies but did not enter physical circulation until 1/1 2002 and is issued by the European Central Bank (ECB). It's believed to be the second most traded currency in the foreign exchange markets after the US-Dollar....

    Japanese yen

    The Japanese Yen (JPY) is one of the biggest and most respected currencies in the world and came into circulation in 1871. The Yen is widely recognized around the world because of it's destinctive coin design. The JPY and has been used on the...

    British pounds sterling

    The British Pound (GBP) is a currency dating back to 1694 and is issued by the Bank Of England (BOE). The GBP is believed to be the fourth most traded currency in the foreign exchange markets after the US-Dollar, Euro and Japanese Yen. The Pound...

    Australian dollars

    The Australian dollar was introduced in 1966 when it replaced the Australian pound; this was when the country switched to decimalisation. The Australian dollar is now the national currency of the Commonwealth of Australia and is used by around 24...

    Canadian dollars

    The Canadian Dollar (CAD) is the official currency of Canada and and often referred to as the C$ or Can$ to distinguish it from the American Dollar. Another nickname for the canadian dollar often used by foreign exchange traders and analysts is...

    Swiss francs

    The Swiss franc is the currency employed in both Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Its history goes back to the foundation of the Helvetic Republic in 1798. Given Switzerland's renowned economic stability, and the advantages it offers for...

    Chinese yuan

    The Chinese Renminbi (RMB), often referred to as the Chinese Yuan is the official currency in China and an unofficial currency of some of its neighbouring countries. The currency is issued by the Central Bank of China and came into circulation in...

    Swedish kronor

    The Swedish Krona (SEK) is issued by the Swedish Riksbank and first came out on the market in 1876. The Swedish Krona in English is often referred to as Swedish Crown which is what Krona actually means in Swedish. The Swedish Krona or as it's...

    Mexican pesos

    The Mexican peso is the only currency used in Mexico. With its origins dating back to the Spanish Dollar and used on both sides of the border in the 19th century, the peso first appeared as such in 1866. On account of Mexico's relatively healthy...

    New Zealand dollars

    The New Zealand Dollar (NZ$) is a currency dating back to 1967 when it was submitted for the New Zealand Pound. The New Zealand Dollar is often called "Kiwi" or "Kiwi Dollar" to distinguish it from the US-Dollar and is structured in five different...

    Singapore dollars

    Two years after its independence from Malaysia in 1965, Singapore started issuing the Singapore dollar. Initially pegged to other currencies, after 1985, with the country's shift to a more open economy, and with the prosperity obtained after...