Many modern casinos have long been not limited to accepting several major currencies. Today, connoisseurs of excitement can easily play for less popular money: for example, the Bulgarian lion. This is a great option for Bulgarian citizens, as well as for people who are on the territory of this country. The choice of operators is small, but even among such a modest list, you can find decent options. We have presented some of them in this list. You can trust the casinos located in it.

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Evaluation of the casino accepting the Bulgarian lev, and how to make a deposit

The choice comes down to classic precautions. First, make sure that the activity of the institution is legal. To do this, check the license information. Secondly, study the reviews about the casino on the Internet. Today, you can easily stumble upon scammers who use “twisted” software to deceive their customers. If you see that the comments casinos are mostly negative, bypass it. Also make sure that the institution supports the payment system you need. Otherwise, you will simply waste your time on registration – you will not be able to play for money anyway. Also, find out if the casino withdraws winnings in Bulgarian lev currency. Probably, to clarify all the details, you will need to contact the support service – do not neglect the opportunity to communicate directly with a casino representative. The Bulgarian lev is a currency supported by major payment systems as well as local systems in Bulgaria. If you have the opportunity to use them, the process of making a deposit will not be any different from other, more “promoted” currencies.

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Information about the Bulgarian lev

The modern Bulgarian lev has become the fourth “version” of this currency. It appeared in everyday life after the previous denomination. After the denomination, the currency of Bulgaria became equal to the German mark. In 2012, it was planned to replace the Bulgarian lev with the euro. Such a step was supposed to speed up the process of the state’s accession to the eurozone. However, for certain reasons, the transition was not made. Interesting fact: the 1 lev coin is very similar to the token used in the St. Petersburg metro. The most interesting thing is that the turnstiles “count” this coin if you insert it into the turnstile receiver