30/06/2020: Introduction of new banknotes
New banknotes of the Croatian kuna were introduced to enhance security features and improve durability.
30/06/2013: Croatia becomes EU member
Croatia officially became a member of the European Union, strengthening the integration of the kuna within the European financial system.
30/06/2008: The Croatian National Bank takes over currency issuance
The Croatian National Bank started issuing all denominations of kuna banknotes, taking over this responsibility from the Croatian Monetary Institute.
30/06/2004: Croatia joins EU Exchange Rate Mechanism
Croatia joined the European Union Exchange Rate Mechanism, a precursor to adopting the Euro as the country's currency.
14/11/1999: Currency stabilization
The Croatian National Bank implemented measures to stabilize the value of the kuna, reducing inflation and ensuring economic stability.
30/06/1997: Kuna becomes convertible currency
The Croatian Kuna became a fully convertible currency, allowing for free exchange and trade.
29/05/1994: Introduction of the Croatian Kuna
The Croatian kuna was introduced as the official currency of Croatia, replacing the Yugoslav Dinar.