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World Currency Links
U.S. Currency Links
Australia's new "tactile" $5 note (Sky News, with video). And why not in New Zealand? (Stuff.co, also with video). Australia's non-sexist currency (Canstar).
A Brief History of Money in India (Scroll).
Bank of England's Banknote Gallery to reopen (Numismatic News).
Germans are buying safes to stash their cash (Wall Street Journal).
He visited every destination depicted on China's banknotes (CQ News).
Twentieth anniversary of the (falling) Ukrainian Hryvnia (It's Ukraine).
FORTHCOMING BOOK: Paid: Tales of Dongles, Checks, and other Money Stuff (The MIT Press).
This piece of currency helped pay for the first New York City electricity bill (Coin World).
Pakistan's demonetization schedule (Samaa).
Pop culture currency (Stupid Dope).
ISIS's monetary policy (COINWeek).
In Allah We Trust? (Knoxville News-Sentinel)
A local currency for Paris? (RFI). Here is the website of the initiative (Une Monnaie pour Paris!, in French).
The Two-Dollar Bill Documentary (2dollarbillmovie.com, via E-Sylum)
More B.D. Cooper notes (E-Sylum).
India uses too much currency (Bloomberg).
The RBI's new R10 note (The Financial Express).
Bond prices and the early republic (Journal of the American Revolution, via E-Sylum).
Passports from fascist Italy and occupied China (Our Passports).
A 5000-Euro note? (Artflakes). If only.
No cash payments for scrap in Scotland (Recycling International).
Free markets and the end of cash (Bloomberg). Cash means freedom (Reason).
Contenders for Russia's new 2000 Ruble note (Sputnik International).
Propects for Zim bond notes (Spotlight Zimbabwe).