A brand new $100 bill should stop counterfeiters from being all about the Benjamins.
The Federal Reserve announced Wednesday that the new redesigned $100 note will enter circulation this fall, with noteworthy security features that will make authenticating bills easier and forging notes harder.
"On Oct. 8, Fed banks will only pay out the new $100 notes when banks ask for 100s," a Fed spokesperson told the Daily News. "Over time the old notes will be returned and pulled out of circulation."
The currency will have 11 new security elements — two are particularly advanced
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