Casinos supporting Norwegian Krone Currency
Norwegian Krone is the currency of Norway and it's also used in the dependent territories as well. It has a subdivision of 100 ore, pretty much like the Swedish crown and it also has a subdivision of 100 ore, which are existing only in an electronic fashion since 2012.
Norwegian Krone is the 13th most widely used currency in the world and, pretty much like in the case of the Swedish currency, it's also translated as the crown.
On top of that, the Norwegian Krone was introduced on the market back in 1875 when the country joined the Scandinavian monetary union. This is also the date when the Norwegian Krone introduced numerous coins made either of bronze, silver and gold. Of course, these were soon replaced with lower value materials.
An interesting thing is that the Norwegian 20 kroner was pretty much with the same shape as the Syrian 10 pound coin, and this was used to trick machines.
The banknotes were introduced in 1877 and they have a value ranging from 5 to 1,000 kroner and, of course, there were numerous revisions as time passed to cope with inflation and other economical turbulences. The value of Norwegian Krone changes often based on two causes: mainly the interest rates and the oil price.