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Bitcoin to Danish Krone Converter and calculator

Convert 1Bitcoin (BTC) to Danish Krone (DKK) equals kr 428,115.93 | Bitget

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About the Danish Krone (DKK)

What Is the Danish Krone (DKK)?

The Danish Krone (DKK), symbolized as "kr." and sometimes referred to as the Danish crown, is the official currency of Denmark, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands. Introduced on January 1, 1875, it replaced the rigsdaler and established Denmark on the gold standard. The ISO code for the Danish Krone is "DKK," and it is subdivided into 100 øre.

The Danish Krone (DKK) is issued by Danmarks Nationalbank, which is the central bank of Denmark. Established in 1818, Danmarks Nationalbank is responsible for the production and distribution of Danish currency and plays a key role in maintaining the stability of the krone, especially in relation to its pegging to the euro through the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM II). The bank also oversees monetary policy in Denmark, aiming to ensure a stable financial system and prices.

What Is the History of DKK?

The Danish Krone has a rich history, with the earliest Danish coinage dating back to the 10th century. The modern-day krone was introduced in 1875 as part of the Scandinavian Monetary Union, which lasted until World War I. The krone was initially pegged to gold, but this standard was abandoned in 1931. During the 20th century, the krone underwent several devaluations, particularly in relation to the British pound and the US dollar.

Notes and Coins of DKK

Danish coins are distinctive, with different metal colors and sizes corresponding to their values. The current series of coins includes denominations from the 50 øre coin to the 20 krone coin. Danish banknotes have undergone several series, with the most recent being the 2009 series featuring Danish bridges and landscapes. A new series is scheduled for release in 2028-2029.

Why Is the Danish Krone a Stable Currency?

The Danish Krone's stability is largely attributed to Denmark's strategic approach to economic management. The currency is pegged to the Euro via the European Exchange Rate Mechanism II (ERM II), which ties its value to the Eurozone's economy. This pegging is maintained by Danmarks Nationalbank, the central bank of Denmark, through measured adjustments in interest rates and other monetary tools. The overall stability of the Danish economy, characterized by a high standard of living and a stable political climate, supports the Krone's steadiness. Contributing factors also include Denmark's consistent record of low inflation and the government's responsible fiscal policies, such as effective public debt management and maintaining balanced budgets. These elements, combined with international confidence in Denmark's financial system, help the Krone maintain its stability, even in the face of global economic fluctuations.

Why Does Denmark Not Use the Euro as Its Currency?

Denmark does not use the Euro primarily due to the decision made by its citizens in a referendum. In September 2000, a referendum was held in Denmark to decide whether the country should adopt the Euro as its official currency. The result was that 53.2% of the voters chose to keep the Danish Krone (DKK), while 46.8% voted in favor of adopting the Euro.

This choice was influenced by several factors, including a desire to maintain economic independence, allowing Denmark to tailor its monetary policy to national needs. Additionally, the Krone is seen by many as a symbol of national identity and sovereignty, and there was a general sentiment that adopting the Euro might diminish this aspect of Danish heritage. At the time of the referendum, Denmark's economy was strong and stable, leading many voters to question the necessity of changing the currency amidst the uncertainties surrounding the Euro. Furthermore, there was a degree of skepticism about the European Union and its future direction, with some preferring to keep a level of detachment from deeper EU integration. Despite this, Denmark has kept its currency closely aligned with the Eurozone through the European Exchange Rate Mechanism II (ERM II), ensuring currency stability while maintaining its monetary sovereignty.

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Bitget crypto-to-fiat exchange data shows that the most popular Bitcoin currency pair is the BTC to DKK, with for Bitcoin's currency code being BTC. Use our cryptocurrency calculator now to see how much your cryptocurrency can be exchanged for DKK.

BTC to DKK conversion rate trend

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In the past 1D, Bitcoin has changed -0.62% to DKK. Based on the trend and price charts, Bitcoin(BTC) has changed -0.62% to DKK while Danish Krone(DKK) has changed % to BTC in the last 24 hours.

Conversion rate comparison of various exchanges

ExchangePriceMaker / Taker FeeTradable
Bitgethot-iconBest
kr441,539.14
0.0001% / 0.0004%vip-iconVIP
Binance
kr441,279.93
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Coinbase Exchange
kr441,308.81
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Kraken
kr441,605.52
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
OKX
kr441,284.49
0.080% / 0.100%
Yes
Huobi
kr441,367.9
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Gate.io
kr441,293.6
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Bybit
kr441,578.25
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
KuCoin
kr441,297.81
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Bitfinex
kr439,987.05
0.1000% / 0.1000%
Yes
Last updated 2024/04/19 01:00:33(UTC+0)

What factors influence the conversion rate of Bitcoin to Danish Krone?

Bitcoin to Danish Krone is falling this week.
Bitcoin's current market price is kr 428,115.93 per BTC, with a total market cap of kr 8,428,149,369,239.84 DKK based on a circulating supply of 19,686,606 BTC. The trading volume of Bitcoin has changed by -13.01% (kr -38,382,834,350.32 DKK) in the last 24 hours. Last trading day, BTC's trading volume was kr 294,955,347,690.59.
Market cap
$1.20T
24h volume
$36.60B
Circulating supply
19.69M BTC

Conversion tables

The exchange rate of Bitcoin is decreasing.
1 BTC is currently valued at kr 428,115.93 DKK , which means buying 5 BTC will cost kr 2,140,579.64 DKK . Similarly, kr1 DKK can be traded for 0.{5}2336 BTC, and kr50 DKK can be converted to 0.0001168 BTC, excluding any platform or gas fees.
The exchange rate of 1 BTC to Danish Krone has changed by -12.94% in the last 7 days. In the last 24 hours, the rate has fluctuated by -0.62%, reaching a high of 449,482.6 DKK and a low of 426,406.19 DKK . One month ago, the value of 1 BTC was kr 434,517.17 DKK , which represents a -1.47% change from its current value. Over the last year, Bitcoin has changed by
+kr
15,231.74DKK
, resulting in a change of +111.06% in its value.

BTC to DKK

Amount
01:44 am today
0.5 BTC
kr214,057.96
1 BTC
kr428,115.93
5 BTC
kr2,140,579.64
10 BTC
kr4,281,159.28
50 BTC
kr21,405,796.38
100 BTC
kr42,811,592.76
500 BTC
kr214,057,963.78
1000 BTC
kr428,115,927.56

DKK to BTC

Amount01:44 am today
0.5DKK0.{5}1168  BTC
1DKK0.{5}2336  BTC
5DKK0.{4}1168  BTC
10DKK0.{4}2336  BTC
50DKK0.0001168  BTC
100DKK0.0002336  BTC
500DKK0.001168  BTC
1000DKK0.002336  BTC
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Today vs. 24 hours ago

Amount01:44 am today24 hours ago24h change
0.5 BTC$30,538.7$30,728.65
-0.62%
1 BTC$61,077.4$61,457.3
-0.62%
5 BTC$305,387$307,286.5
-0.62%
10 BTC$610,774$614,573
-0.62%
50 BTC$3,053,870$3,072,865
-0.62%
100 BTC$6,107,740$6,145,730
-0.62%
500 BTC$30,538,700$30,728,650
-0.62%
1000 BTC$61,077,400$61,457,300
-0.62%

Today vs. 1 month ago

Amount01:44 am today1 month ago1M change
0.5 BTC$30,538.7$30,995.32
-1.47%
1 BTC$61,077.4$61,990.64
-1.47%
5 BTC$305,387$309,953.18
-1.47%
10 BTC$610,774$619,906.37
-1.47%
50 BTC$3,053,870$3,099,531.85
-1.47%
100 BTC$6,107,740$6,199,063.7
-1.47%
500 BTC$30,538,700$30,995,318.5
-1.47%
1000 BTC$61,077,400$61,990,637
-1.47%

Today vs. 1 year ago

Amount01:44 am today1 year ago1Y change
0.5 BTC$30,538.7$14,452.18
+111.06%
1 BTC$61,077.4$28,904.35
+111.06%
5 BTC$305,387$144,521.77
+111.06%
10 BTC$610,774$289,043.54
+111.06%
50 BTC$3,053,870$1,445,217.7
+111.06%
100 BTC$6,107,740$2,890,435.4
+111.06%
500 BTC$30,538,700$14,452,177
+111.06%
1000 BTC$61,077,400$28,904,354
+111.06%

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