Check Out the Ugly Redesign of the $100 Bill

Check Out the Ugly Redesign of the $100 Bill

The Federal Reserve finally unveiled images of the new $100 bill with its updated design, however it looks just like the old one except with a whole bunch of junk on it. We understand it's for security but there had to be another way to make it hard to counterfeit. Going into circulation in October, the bill now has raised printing, blue ribbons that change color from different angles, a disappearing Liberty Bell in an inkwell, andnot so sexy gold "100" in the bottom right corner. The new design is only missing two things: gasoline and a match.

[via USAToday]

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