The koruna (meaning 'crown') has been fully convertible since 1995 and began to float in 1997. The Czech Republic did intend to adopt the euro in 2012 but this has now been delayed to a later date.
The dalasi is the currency of the Gambia since 1971, replacing the Gambian pound. It is subdivided into 100 bututs. Banknotes currently in circulation are 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 dalasis.
1 CZK = 1.55001 GMD
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