The kuna (sign: kn; code: HRK) is the official currency of Croatia, in use since 1994, three years after the country gained its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991. Prior to that and during the transition period, the dinar was used. The kuna is subdivided into 100 lipa. Croatia is scheduled to replace the kuna it with the euro (€, EUR) on 1 January 2023. At this time, Croatian kuna kept in bank accounts will be converted to euros automatically and kuna tender may be exchanged for euros at no charge.
Croatian Kuna Currency
Currency Exchange Rates
The Croatian Kuna is not popularly traded on in forex markets. However, the currency will be rendered obsolete and replaced with the euro in January 2023, which is the second most traded currency in foreign exchange.