- n. Plural form of banknote.
“Melbourne-based Securency, which makes the plastic known as polymer substrate that is used in banknotes in 27 countries around the world from Bangladesh to Zambia, has been embroiled in a series of bribery and misconduct allegations since May 2009 regarding the conduct of its staff in winning orders from overseas governments.”
“If and when RFID devices are embedded in banknotes, the anonymity that cash affords in consumer transactions will be eliminated.”
“Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Sweden considers RFID in banknotes”
“In yet another attempt to mislead investigators, Livense said that $240,000 in banknotes in a safe deposit box at Underwriters Trust Co. in New York had been given to him by another UBC-Thyssen associate, H.J. Kouwenhoven, managing director of Thyssen’s Dutch bank and a director of the August Thyssen Bank in Berlin.”
“This was the question posed by goo Ranking, to see what people would want to do if they had 100 million yen in banknotes.”
“On the front of the banknotes will be a picture of a smiling Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Turkish Republic, along with a crescent-and-star motif.”
“It issued coins, but it allowed privately-owned banks to issue "banknotes," which soon made up the bulk of the nation's money supply.”
“Any document can have security features incorporated into it, but the documents most likely to use technology for authentication purposes are sensitive documents such as banknotes, checks, identity cards, passports and tax stamps.”
“Well, I would prefer to sign a few papers and print a couple of otherwise unphysical and meaningless pieces of paper (such as banknotes).”
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