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 in seven different bills ranging between 1-100. The US-Dollar is also an official currency in ten countries outside the USA including Ecuador, El-Salvador and Zimbabwe. The US-Dollar is probably the most widely used currency within the online gambling community.
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 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 global markets for all types of trading with intensifying accelleration since the rise of the japanese economy in the 1980'is and today it's an respected currency often used for online gambling.
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 comes in four different bills ranging between 5-50£ there are also pound coins the biggest one being the 2£ coin. The GBP is an appreciated currency in the world of online gambling.
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 million people, making it one of the smallest strong currencies in the world. The largest note is for 100 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 Loonie. The currency is structured in 5 different bills ranging between 5-100 Can$. The CAD is popular as a foreign reserve currency since Canada is believed to have a relatively sound economy and strong legal and political system. Canadian Dollars is a well respected currency and could be used for online gambling.
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 international trade, the franc is widely used as a reference in worldwide commercial markets, and seen as very reliable.
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 its current form back in 1948. The RMB was until 2005 pegged to the US-Dollar but is nowadays a free floating currency. It's one of the largest currencies in the world and an appreciated currency on several online gambling casino sites.