Denmark’s national currency should not be worth anywhere near $3,500, according to a Danish news site.
Denmark’s central bank has warned against using it to buy anything online.
The currency is also a symbol of stability in the country, and is not a common currency.
The government decided not to allow it to be used to pay for travel, and has instead pegged it at 1.2 euros per Danish crown.
The Danish currency is currently worth 1.25 euros.
If it were to become more valuable than that, the central bank said, it would be necessary to print new coins to offset the depreciation.
“Danish currencies are used as the basis of international transactions, and the Danish government believes that the current depreciation is likely to increase the value of the Danish crown over time,” it said in a statement.
The central bank also warned that if it had to raise interest rates, it might not be enough to avoid the currency’s eventual depreciation.
The Copenhagen Central Bank said it is now considering what to do about the Danish dollar, which is currently around 2.6 percent, but it did not specify the value.
“The current rate is not sustainable,” the central Bank said.
“We are now considering the options for raising interest rates to maintain the country’s stability.”
A Danish government source told the newspaper that the central government was planning to issue new coins in the future, but this will not happen until 2019, as is expected.
Denmark has been a popular destination for tourists.
It has a vibrant economy, a strong defense force and is a member of the European Union.
But the country has been hit hard by the global financial crisis.
It is the second-most indebted country in the world after Greece, with debt totaling around $2.6 trillion.