The Icelandic Króna
The Icelandic Króna is traded on markets against the US dollar, euro and yen. Those currencies serve hundreds of millions while Icelanders number only about as many as the inhabitants of Bakersfield in the US, Akita in Japan, or Bielefeld in Germany. The Króna has lived through deflation, depression and debate. But has its century-long history come to an end? All you ever wanted to know about the world's smallest currency in a light-hearted documentary.