New North American Currency Photos--NOT the Amero
Jan 13, 2010
Want to see some new Fed currency that is due to be circulated in a year or so? It's comparable to the Euro and will not necessarily replace the current Fed notes. But it is designed to provide a secondary currency in much the same way that the Euro is circulated in Europe along side of the other national currencies.
Thanks to the "Mamonator," who sent this to me. That name is combination of "mammon" and "terminator." I like it. Time to terminate mammon.
CORRECTION: A reader sent this information:
The main players like France and Germany have abolished their historical currencies, and now use only the Euro. In Switzerland they run both currencies concurrently, whilst in the UK I think technically the Euro is admissable as currency, but I can't recall seeing anyone try to use it.
Dr. Stephen Jones