Paper money is made mostly from cotton fibre because paper made from wood pulp is too fragile. The composition of coinage varies according to which country has minted the coin.
yes because china made paper money first.
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.
It depends on the country. In America, it's made mostly of cotton fiber.
The first recognised issue of paper money in Europe were paper 'coins' issued during the siege of Leiden (Netherlands) in 1574. The first true issue of paper money was in Stockholm (Sweden) in 1660.
If it is called "paper money", then presumably, it was made from paper.
In the Civil war. *chokalatdoll123
The Song Dynasty
paper money is made out of 25% linen and 75% cotton
Money is made out of thick paper with cotton fibers, etc.
yes money is made out of paper so yes money is paper with colored ink
NAME .... Jiaozi of (Song Dynasty), the world's earliest paper money, That's still around today for people to see. The earliest Paper Currancy was made by each person that someone else owed them money, Both had to sign this single paper. These would be called Banknotes and they could be traded as coins etc,,, This started in the 600s and oldest found paper money is just before the Song Dynasty... Spendable Paper money from a… Read More
Paper money was most popular around the 1650s, and it was made out of flattened cotton covered in wax, printed in ink. If you are talking about WAY back, Indians had stretched out animal hide, and wrote with their blood on the hide as paper money. Gross, but true.....
The first paper money was made in China. It could be burned at funerals and other important times to send wealth to one's ancestors. It is now made as it is less expensive to produce at the mint and more portable for the user than coinage would be.
It is not paper from trees....It is made from cotton.
Most paper money is made from 'paper' and as such is not water proof, Australian dollars however, are made from a type of plastic and as such they are waterproof.
it is made out of cotton and paper.
No suck thing as paper money. It's made of linen, silk, & cotton & it was made in 1862.
Paper money is made from a blend of 75% cotton and 25% linen fibers to make it last longer.
well first the chinese said WE LOVE PAPER AND MONEY SO LETS MAKE SOME PAPER MONEY THEN EVERYONE SAID HE WAS CRAZY BUT THEN AFTER HE MADE paper money and everyone thought tit was a a great idea *WRONG* The Chinese government thought that large amount of coins are difficult to carry. So they invented paper money in order to solve the problem. ~Improved by Pinksakuraeya
Money is a printed note from a country that is backed with some form of precious metal. One of the few exceptions to this rule is the United States of America which has nothing to back their money. --- I thought they had a large gold reserve that was used for this purpose. (Ended in 1972) Anyway. Paper is most often made from wood fibers. Money is most often made from other types of paper… Read More
A cotton blend paper
the money tree
Egypt was the first to write documents on a type of paper made from reeds. In Ancient Egypt these "papers" would be rolled into scrolls, which later the ideas was used by the Greeks, Romans, and other later civilizations. The first paper came from China.
Egypt made the first paper
The first paper was made in Egypt and it was made out Papyrus.
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.
Money kind of does grow on trees because money is paper and paper is made from trees. So it kinda does!
The first paper was made by the Egyptians from the papyrus plant.
Mexico and Australia are two countries that don\'t use money notes that are made of paper. Their bills are made out of plastic.
US paper money is made from a special blend of linen and cotton as opposed to standard writing and printing paper which is made from cellulose.
Leonardo da Vinci made the first paper airplane
it is made out of cotton fibers
The first paper was made in China.
physically, a money is made of paper and it has limited elasticity
No money is also made up of paper
US paper money is made at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, coins are made at the US mint.
Because cotton absorbs water and if it where made from paper your money would tear
Because it gets a rid of paper which is made into money,federal papers, and notebook paper and lots of other paper is made with it.
Okay, money is not, in any real sense, "made of paper". Sure, it's printed on paper (though calling the substance money is printed on "paper" is a bit misleading, because there's actually a large amount of cotton present in that "paper". But, what makes money money is the fact that the government proclaims it to be "legal tender". So, in the only sense that matters, money is made out of government proclamation, not paper. Moreover… Read More
Paper money is made out of trees, and wood is also from trees.
yes, Us money is made out of a type of special money.
Yes. Special barks grows on different trees and that bark is made into paper. Money, as in bank notes, is made from very fine paper. So, yes, if you think about it, money does grow on trees.
physicly, money doesn't grow on trees. but money is made out of paper, and paper comes from trees. so money doesn't grow on trees but the trees make paper, which makes money. hope u enjoyed ur answer!
The country that is thought to have invented paper was China around the 2nd century AD. Paper is made of moist fibers being pressed together.
It is money that is made of paper. It can not be photocopied.
it was made in 'Phoebe time' the time of the great.
The Federal Reserve created the very first US dollar. The Federal Reserve is where coins and paper money is officially made.
Not necessarily. Biomass of some kind - trees perhaps, but also cotton and other plant material. Some "paper money" (for example in Ausgtralia) is made of plastic.
The special paper is a blend of 75% cotton and 25% linen.