DKK/PLN exchange ratesThe official currency of the Kingdom of Denmark is the Danish krone, whose international abbreviation is DKK. Danes themselves on a daily basis use the terms “krone” and “kroner”, abbreviated as “kr”. The Danish currency takes its name directly from the symbol of the head of state. The exchange rate of the Danish krone is to some extent dependent on fluctuations against the euro. DKK is used not only in Denmark, but also in its dependencies, i.e. Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
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Best offer in Walutomat 0,6300 PLN
Best offer in Walutomat 0,6350 PLN
Average worldwide danish krone exchange rate
Forex quotations 0,6324 PLN
Last DKK / PLN exchange transactions
|How long ago||Exchange rate||Amount|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,6303||25 000,00 DKK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,6350||3 937,00 DKK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,6305||30 000,00 DKK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,6330||177 093,21 DKK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,6330||22 906,79 DKK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,6357||968,71 DKK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,6304||70 000,00 DKK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,6356||3 146,63 DKK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,6320||432,09 DKK|
|1970-01-01 00:00||0,6320||45,83 DKK|
Total sum of exchanges in the last 10 days
|Day||Total sum of concluded transactions|
|2023-02-01||25 000,00 DKK|
|2023-01-31||3 937,00 DKK|
|2023-01-27||30 000,00 DKK|
|2023-01-25||177 093,21 DKK|
|2023-01-24||22 906,79 DKK|
|2023-01-23||70 968,71 DKK|
|2023-01-20||4 146,63 DKK|
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Danish krone – history of the currency
The Danish krone is issued by the National Bank of Denmark, which was established in 1818 and was operated for a time as a private institution that gained the right to issue Danish currency. However, the DKK as an official means of payment was introduced in 1873, when Denmark joined the Scandinavian Monetary Union, which lasted until the end of World War I. This is why the currencies in the three member states (Denmark, Norway and Sweden) are called kroner. The exchange rate of the Danish krone, was initially pegged to gold for some time, but unfortunately the situation changed through the global economic crisis. Then, during the world’s second major armed conflict, Denmark’s currency was pegged to the German mark and, after the war, to the British pound. The Bretton Woods system pegged the DKK to the US dollar a few years later, but after it collapsed the Danish krone exchange rate was no longer stable.
Danish krone – information about the currency
Like all Scandinavian kroner, 1 Danish krone is divided into 100 øre. However, the lowest denominations of DKK coins are slowly disappearing from circulation – only the 50 øre coin is currently in circulation. The current coin denominations are DKK 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20. Those with the lowest values look very interesting. The first three values of DKK coins have a hole in the middle, which helps the blind to identify the denomination. They are also distinguished by the silver colour and ornaments with traditional Scandinavian motifs. The DKK currency on the higher denominations of the coins depicts the current Queen Margrethe II of Denmark – her profile can be found on the DKK 10 and 20 coins. The current series of Danish banknotes has been issued since 2009 and they depict major archaeological sites and bridges from different eras in Denmark. The current Danish krone banknotes have a modern look and a number of security features against counterfeiting. There are banknotes in circulation with the following values: DKK 50, DKK 100, DKK 200, DKK 500 and DKK 1000. Each one is different in colour and size.
Although Denmark belongs to the European Union structures, it is not obliged to introduce the euro at the expense of the Danish krone. During the accession to the European community the authorities negotiated such conditions for themselves. However, in 2000 a referendum was organized, during which 53.2% of Danes rejected the idea of giving up the Danish krone for the common European currency.
Check the Danish krone exchange rate
The Danish krone exchange rate usually does not show much volatility on the charts. The DKK currency is important for expats and tourists. If you are going to Denmark, check before leaving how much does the Danish krone cost. The new currency on our website is a way to meet our clients’ expectations. On the website we present charts that are updated every few minutes and show the current price of DKK. If you want to check how the price for a pair of DKK PLN looks in our service, take a look at the tables of current offers. Stay up to date and exchange Danish kroner at the best rate.
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