The Serbian dinar is the official currency of Serbia. Its official international abbreviation is RSD, and most websites use this abbreviation when listing the dinar. However, some locations may use the symbol “din” instead. See this page for a list of Serbian dinar casinos.
Overview of the Serbian Dinar
The dinar is one of the world’s oldest currencies with origins as early as the 13th century. However, it has been restructured several times by the Serbian government. As the online gaming industry has grown in Serbia, the dinar has begun to see more international use. Unfortunately, most online casinos still require Serbians to use the euro for depositing.
Exchanging the Serbian Dinar
If you live in Serbia, you will find that the vast majority of online casinos that accept players from your country do not allow deposits in dinara. You will likely need to exchange your dinara for another currency, such as the euro. Some online casinos can perform this exchange for you, while others may require you to use the services of a third-party site. Ask the casino’s support for more information.