There are 9,823,546,661,905 ways to make change for a $100 bill.
We write $10, instead of 10$ (as it is spoken) to prevent forging “I owe you 10.00$” can easily be changed to “I owe you 910.00$” but “I owe you $10.00” can at most be increased by less than a penny to “I owe you $10.0099999”.
A Dairy Queen in Kentucky accepted a fake $200 bill, giving 198 in change.
Only 8% of the world’s currency is physical money, the rest only exists on computers.
Your $1 bill could be worth thousands. If you’ve ever read the eight-digit serial number on a dollar bill, it was probably out of sheer boredom. But those digits are more than a number to a thriving online community, for whom they can take on a near-mystical significance. Right now, on their website, you can buy a $1 bill with the serial number 00000002 for a whopping $2,500 or consider a $5 bill with the number 33333333 for $13,000. Low serial numbers, from 00000001 to 00000100, are sought after, as well as palindromes (23599532), solids (with a digit that repeats eight times), seven-of-a-kinds (66666665), ladders (45678901) and important dates (12071941).
People often feature luxury or dumb or crazy products that cost an unreasonable money. Well, here’s a website that highlights nothing else. Most Expensive website.
For instance, the most expensive tea in the world, is a rare Chinese tea called Tieguanyin, which is priced at £1,700 per kilo (around $1,500/lb). The Most Expensive Honey they could find is $83.00 per jar.
There is scientific evidence that money can buy you happiness.
The first official US coin said, “Mind your business.”
When he was 12 years old, Fidel Castro wrote a letter to Franklin Roosevelt. He asked him for a $10 dollar bill because he had never seen one before.
In 1792 criminals saw they could make a good profit by filing shavings from the sides of gold and silver coins and selling the precious metal, which is why coins now have ridges on their sides.