Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Security Features in the Redesigned $100 Note

The redesigned $100 note will begin circulating on October 8, 2013. Here are its security features.

Two new security features have been addes to the redesigned $100 note, the 3-D Security Ribbon and the Bell in the Inkwell. Both of these features can be found on the front of the note.

In addition to the two new security features, three security features from previous designs have been enhanced and retained in the redesigned $100 note: the portrait watermark, the embedded security thread, and the color-shifting 100.

Here's a Fed propaganda video about the new note:

Of course, no word on the way to really protect the value of the currency, that is, by shutting down the printing presses and stopping the expansion of  the money supply


  1. Don't dismiss the possibility that the introduction of the new note has been timed for a reason; they have had it in storage for almost 2 years; you have to wonder why.

    1. To discredited and get rid of the older under the mattress notes, as well as all the notes outside of the US. Fed on the move again.

  2. No, but wait, you don't understand. See, ahhh, that's the plan, the ultimate security feature - deflate the dollar to the point that it costs more to counterfeit than it's actually worth!

    Hats off to the evil geniuses at the Fed. Mission accomplished...