Advice 1: Where did the banknotes of 10 rubles

The Bank of Russia is not the first year tries to withdraw from circulation ten-dollar bills, replacing them with coins. For the first time about the discontinuation of paper distirubtion was announced in 2009. It was assumed that by 2011 the turnover will be only metallic coins. In fact, it was not so easy, and began to encounter unforeseen difficulties. And even now in circulation across dozens paper.
Where did the banknotes of 10 rubles

Looking for a response in the Central Bank


Targeted to replace paper banknotes with denomination of 10 rubles the coin is already not the first year.

The whole idea of replacing the ten-ruble banknotes on the iron coin set ourselves one goal - savings. It turns out, according to experts of the Central Bank, in this operation will be able to save about 18 billion rubles for 10 years.

New coin 10 rubles went into circulation on 1 October 2009. It is made of steel plated copper alloy yellow. In size it is closest to the coin of 2 rubles. It is well distinguished from other trivia because of the bright colors.

The production of paper money is much more expensive than minting coins. As a rule, ten-dollar bills wear out quickly old, with wrinkles and creases, they are often not accepted payment terminals. As established in the Central Bank, the average life of a ten-dollar bill is a little less than a year, and coins for about 30 years.

The Central Bank has expressed frustration with the perception of the population of 10-ruble coins. For this reason it will not go ahead with the launch of coins of the larger denominations, although this step was previously scheduled.

It was promised that by the beginning of 2012 paper money in denomination of 10 roubles will be completely withdrawn from circulation. A similar situation happened with the banknote of 5 rubles, which successfully brought out of circulation. But something went wrong. The Central Bank's plans went awry. Was not so easy to immediately take and withdraw all paper gold coins from circulation.

Where can escape of the coins?



There was a rather interesting situation: paper money withdrawn from circulation, and coins are sorely lacking. Just the kind of mystery!

The representative of the Central Bank says that this is more of a psychological reason. In the opinion of the people, metal money is not very convenient to carry, they are heavy.
By the way, the weight of a ten-coin - 5.63 grams.
Because of this, many simply leave their houses in the Bank. This phenomenon acquired a mass character. Babbitt metal does not perceive money as paper notes.

People tend to divided into supporters and opponents of various reforms. In this case it was unanimous. People began to feel uncomfortable. In stores there is an acute shortage of money of this denomination. Payment terminals in Russia is not designed for trivia lovers to recharge your phone on a small amount unhappy, too.

The monument to the lost bill



In 2011 in Krasnoyarsk, which is depicted on a ten-bill, was inaugurated a monument to the ten paper. On the pavement lies a crumpled bill. Residents are proud of the fact that it depicts the Krasnoyarsk hydroelectric power station. Soon now this bill will disappear from circulation forever and become history.

Advice 2: How to determine the authenticity of banknotes

To the naked eye is difficult to distinguish a real banknote from a fake, especially in those cases where fraudsters have tried their best. However, to verify the authenticity of banknotes without the help of a UV lamp.
How to determine the authenticity of banknotes
You will need
  • - UV lamp.
Instruction
1
Note the size of the banknote. Of course, experienced crooks can hardly go wrong with the measurements, but the beginning - it's possible. Keep in mind that banknotes with a value of up to 1000 p is 150 mm in length and 65 mm in height. Big notes of 1000 and 5000 p. have the following parameters: 157 mm by 69 mm. of Course, this does not mean that you have to constantly carry the line, however, to compare the bill raised suspicion with those that are already in your wallet.
2
Swipe the bill with your hand. Genuine notes have a rough surface. Pay special attention to the area where there is an inscription "the Ticket of Bank of Russia". It should be slightly domed to stand out from the crowd.
3
Look at bill, raising it to the light. If the note is real, you'll notice her watermark. Bill, turn that side of himself, on which was written her number. So, the left side should show through its nominal value, and on the right – fragment of the figure.
4
Pay attention to the signs for the visually impaired, located in the lower left corner of the front side of the bill. They must be present on the banknote of any value. If not, it can be concluded that in front of you is a fake.
5
Look at one more distinctive sign of genuine banknotes is windowed metallic thread. When looking at things up close it is a dotted line, consisting of shiny rectangles, but if you take her to 30-40 cm from the eyes against the light, the line becomes coherent and clear.
6
Check the bill for the presence of effect of colour changing paint. This recommendation is fair for banknotes 500 roubles and above. The color of the picture element (emblem of the Bank of Russia, coat of arms of city, etc.) should change depending on what angle your gaze falls on him.
7
Use the UV lamp. A genuine banknote should not glow blue as it does, for example, ordinary office paper. All signs must conform to the standards. If after checking suspicions remain, contact the Bank with the request to check the bill for authenticity.
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