Casinos supporting Polish Zloty Currency
Polish złoty is the current recognized currency in Poland. This currency has as subdivision the 100 groszy and it underwent redenomination back in the 1990s. Despite the fact that Poland is a member of the EU, the population doesn't agree with the inclusion of Euro as the primary currency.
Most of the coins are minted in brass, whereas there are a few that include a cupro-nickel alloy and some are bimetallic. At the same time, there are a few limited editions that have coins made out of silver and gold.
The current banknotes are the fourth set, and you can now find the 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 Polish złotych. There are a few commemorative banknotes that have been issues specifically for collectors. Despite the fact that after the redenomination the National bank of Poland wanted to introduce the 500 zlotych, this thought was abandoned, as it was determined, after a detailed analysis, that there was no need for such a thing.
The Polish złoty is one of the oldest currencies in Europe, since it has maintained its name, even though it changed its shape from the 14th century onward. Some of the first coins were made out of gold, a trend that perished in the 17 century.