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. 19 out of the 28 countries within the EU uses the EURO as official currency. The Euro comes in seven different bills ranging between 5-500€ and there's also 8 different Euro coins the biggest one being the 2€ coin. The Euro is often used to deposit money to gamble online and is an appreciated gambling currency.
The euro is the standard currency of 19 of the 27 member states of the European Union. It is one of the most traded currencies, just behind the United States dollar (USD). The euro usually has been traded at a value above the USD since 2002, also the year in which the currency entered circulation among its original member states. The euro is widely recognized across the Eurozone region, making it the primary currency for gambling and casino sites in that area. Most gambling operations worldwide allow transactions to be made in euros for withdrawing, making deposits, and playing. The list here contains names of gambling and casino sites that accept euros worldwide.