Do all countries have paper money?
No. Some use currency from another country.
In what country? All major countries issue paper money. Please restate your query in a new, separate question.
Like all countries, Kenya uses a variety of paper money and metal coins. A sample of kenyan paper money can be found on http://atsnotes.com/catalog/kenya/kenya.html
The demand to convert paper money into gold was a demand beyond what the treasuries of countries could supply.
Mexico and Australia are two countries that don\'t use money notes that are made of paper. Their bills are made out of plastic.
Neither are all the presidents on paper money and not all paper money have pictures of presidents. For example Ben Franklin is on the hundred.
At least one country uses only paper money - Zimbabwe. The reason is that inflation is so high they can't mint coins that would be worth less than the rise in prices.
it made it easier
The amount of paper money a country can print depends on the country. Normally countries do not print more then what they have in gold but it depends on how much the people in the country believe in the worth of the money.
because it comes from plants. No because they dye it green. Money from other countries are various colors, not just green.
All example of paper money have a front and back. Some notes, albeit rare, have no printing on the back.
Short Term: Inflation Long Term: Collapse of the Paper for value model where gold and silver are likely the money again.
One unusual feature when compared to a number of other countries is that all denominations of US currency are the same size, where other currencies have bills in different sizes.
Instead of bartering or carrying around heavy coins all the time, paper money is light-weight and easy-to-use. The Chinese were the first to invent the use of paper money.
Most folding currency, such as the US dollar bill, is made of paper. Because paper money needs to be durable, paper money is made of higher-quality paper, with longer fibers than wood-pulp papers and usually a high linen content. Some countries are beginning to use folding money made from plastics. Many other things are made of paper. For example: posters, flyers, catalogs, cards, books, boxes, and bags.
There are a number of different kinds of money which are manufactured in different ways. Coins are historically the oldest form of money, and they are stamped out by means of dies, from sheets of metal. Paper money is printed on printing presses, but there can be other steps to the manufacturing process of paper money. A lot of paper money (in different countries) now comes with holographic verification strips to make counterfeiting more difficult… Read More
Various types of paper are used, as well as polymer for notes in Australia, Canada and a few other countries.
Advantages of Paper Money: The printing of paper money is easy to print with low cost and saving the time. The transportation of paper money is easier, safe and cheaper than metallic money e.g. one thousand rupee note can easily be transferred from one place to another place. Paper money saves gold and silver from useless lockup for other purposes.Paper money can be counted more easily than metallic money. The counting of big amount of… Read More
a note to all tender.
it all got sold out
it requires lots of paper work dedication and money but if your business is sucsessful you will get all your money back and more
This would be great if all the countries could agree but they can't.
Not all countries print their own money. A country can only print money if it is in control of its currency like Japan and the US. One country that cannot print money is Greece because they are not in control of the Euro.
some of it isent some of it is in coins as for why it isent all in coins paper is smaller and can fold
if you are smart you would know that money can't grow from trees and you are the stupidest person alive also money is paper and you cant grow paper even if paper is made from trees so why even ask the question. this is all i can say.
George Washington is on the 1$ bill and the quarter. it has other faces too and can be found in other countries
Yes, you can get a paper cut from paper money.
yes money is made out of paper so yes money is paper with colored ink
No, all of the United States' states use federally-minted coins and federally-printed paper money.
Without a universal valuable currency, paper money is just that. Paper. There needs to be an accepted form of backing, world wide or there would be constant, unresolvable disputes as to the value of a countries' money.
Gold reserves are part of the economic strength which gives the cover for paper money - but not by law - this was cancelled for most countries
Ancient Greek money was all coinage and probably all gold. Modern money is now alloy or paper.
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Yes money is made from paper. But not the paper that they use for fake money. And coins are made from metal or copper....or even bronze. Money is made from paper.
There is no single answer. Different countries use papers of different quality - or even plastics.
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I know that money expires in some countries in Europe. I had some old money (like 10 years old) and could not spend or convert it because it had expired. I found a website that converts expired money for some countries, but not all of the ones whose money expires.
Queen Elizabeth's portrait appears on nearly all coins and paper money issued by countries in the British Commonwealth. Please post a new, separate question with the coin's denomination and country of origin.
If the money is not backed up by something, it is just paper. The US used to back all of its paper money with gold or silver. Just printing money without something to support it leads to rampant inflation.
You can see it on all British coins and paper money.
All metal coins conduct electricity. Some paper money can conduct electricity in parts of them.
if your talking about the song that goes all i want to do is 'bangbangbang' and 'chaching' and take your money..and starts out like i fly like paper get high like planes...than the song you are talking about is Paper Planes by M.I.A
If it is called "paper money", then presumably, it was made from paper.
Coins are produced in factories called "mints". Most larger countries operate one or more mints to strike their coins, while smaller countries may contract with another country's mint. Many countries operate their own printing facilities for paper money, but sometimes they have arrangements with companies to produce the bills instead of operating their own plants. For example American paper money is printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing which is an arm of the… Read More
because all their money go
The money is paid by the taxpayers of other EU countries.
No they are not,some countries are poor and don have enough money to buy them
The effect is that the stock of paper money out on the street does not have to be replaces as often. What would be the effect if it was made of water soluable rice paper. To be more exact, the cotton/linen blend used for US paper money is more resistant to water as well as general wear and tear compared to ordinary paper. In recent years a few countries have switched from paper to a… Read More
They did not have paper money in ancient Rome. The closest thing to paper money would be a letter of credit.
All US paper currency is printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Popular misunderstanding to the contrary, the US Mint does NOT make paper money, they only strike coins. The Mint and BEP are separate departments in the government.
Not all the countries are in debt, just some of them. The money is still there. It didn't disappear or go anywhere.