I like coin than paper money. When I was child then I collect coin of different country.
Older coins are fairly interesting to me because they have completely different designs from what year to year, but typically paper money stays the same over the years. Just change in little ways to prevent forgery. Look for the US 100D to change soon. That gets forged way too often.
by Julie Grimes 6 years ago
Will paper money be replaced and the current banking system changed?Write a hub on the how the banking system in the Western hemisphere might change and how that will effect today's paper money system.
by peter565 3 years ago
Why do you think ancient paper money are all A4 size?China started using paper money around the 1st century and was later pass to the west, recently museum in China showed a few left paper money, from over 1000 years ago. like today, paper money only represent huge quantity amount, but ancient...
by C E Clark 2 years ago
We should hear the announcement this evening. Former president Andrew Jackson will be relegated to the flip side of the $20, replaced on the front by the image of Harriet Tubman. Additionally, the $5 bill will be changed to depict civil rights era leaders. What do you think about...
by princeland 7 years ago
What is Money Actually?It is an often-asked question, and honestly, I still don’t clearly understand what is money. You see when we had real money; we had no distinction between wealth and money. The notion was that gold/silver, etc., is money. With the advent of paper money, we shifted our...
by sannyasinman 8 years ago
My favorite paper money is the Swiss Franc. Every bill is a different color and size, so it's easy to tell them apart. Is anything better than the greenback? What do you think?
by privateye2500 8 years ago
Why does paper money *expire* when the country of origin still exists?I really do NOT understand how a country (like Mexico) can print money and then say it isn't worth its face value. I have a 5000 pecos bill from 1989 and apparently it is now Not Worth 5000 pecos - arrggg.
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