Iceland is a tiny nation in a big financial mess. It's still recovering from the aftermath of the 2008 global economic crisis, which caused a domestic banking collapse.
Its currency, the krona, is also in really bad shape. That's led Icelanders to pose an existential currency question: Should they abandon the krona?
One key problem is size. Iceland has about as many people as Staten Island, so there just aren't that many people on the planet who need to use the krona.
"There are more people using Disney dollars," says Arsaell Valfells, an Icelandic economist.