Casinos supporting Danish Krone Currency
Danish krone is a currency that was introduced in 1875 and it's the official one in Faroe Islands, Denmark and Greenland. It has the ISO code DKK and at the same time it also holds the sign "kr". It’s also known as the Danish Crown in English.
This currency has as subdivision the “ore”, and a single crown is comprised out of 100 ore. There are 11 different denominations of the Danish krone as a whole.
The interesting thing about the Danish krone comes from the fact that despite being a country in the EU, Denmark has not implemented Euro as this was rejected in a referendum, however the current currency is held closely to the ERM II standard and its unique exchange rate mechanism.
The Danish krone coins are created out of tin bronze, cupronickel or aluminum, depending on their value.
You can encounter 5 iterations of banknotes in Denmark, and these are the 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000 Danish krone. At the same time, there are a few of them that have nicknames, with the 100 krone one being known as hund, the 500 one being the plovmand and the 1000 krone being the egern.