New $100 US Bill with RFID and Euro standardization for maximum surveillance

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Re: New $100 US Bill ( trade for silver )
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2010, 10:54:01 pm »
Why so fancy, Benjamin? Will the new $100 put an end to counterfeits?
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/comments_blog/2010/04/benjamin-franklin-100-bill-counterfeit-treasury-department-currency.html
April 21, 2010 |  3:27 pm

The $100 bill has received a high-tech makeover in a bid to stay ahead of crafty counterfeiters. But will it be enough?
Benjamin Franklin is still on the front of the bill. But he is now joined by a disappearing Liberty Bell in an inkwell and a bright blue security ribbon made up of thousands of tiny lenses that will magnify objects in mysterious ways. Move the bill, and the objects move in a different direction.

The new currency won't go into circulation until Feb. 10 of next year, which will give the government time to educate the public in the United States and around the world about the changes -- and there are many.
The blue security ribbon will give off a 3-D effect to the tiny images which thousands of lenses will  magnify. Tilt the note back and forth and you will see tiny bells on the ribbon change to 100s as they move.

Also, to the right of Franklin's face is a small inkwell that will change color from copper to green when the note is tilted. The movement will also make a Liberty Bell appear and disappear inside the inkwell. Fancy, right?

The $100 bill, the highest-value denomination in general circulation, is the last bill to undergo an extensive redesign that was unveiled Wednesday. Do you think the Treasury Department has found a way to put a complete end to counterfeits? Share your thoughts below.
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Re: New $100 US Bill ( trade for silver )
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2010, 10:55:11 pm »
New $100 Bill Unveiled with Advanced Security Features
http://news.coinupdate.com/new-federal-reserve-note-unveiled-0245/
By Coin Update Staff on April 21st, 2010
Categories: Paper Money

The new design for the $100 Federal Reserve Note was unveiled today by officials from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Federal Reserve Board, and the Secret Service. The bill retains the traditional look of U.S. currency, but has incorporated new advanced security features to combat counterfeiting.

The front of the note features an enlarged portrait of Benjamin Franklin and an image of a quill and inkwell to the right of the portrait. Phrases from the Declaration of Independence are also included.

The back of the note includes a new vignette of Independence Hall, showing the rear of the building is shown, rather than the front. A large gold numeral 100 appears on the back of the note. According to the government's website, this will make it easier for the visually impaired to distinguish the denomination.

Two new advanced security features have been incorporated into the new design. First, a 3-D Security Ribbon containing images of bells and 100's is woven into the paper. When the note is tilted back and forth, bells will change to 100's as they move. Second, a color shifting bell appears within the inkwell on the front of the note. The Bell in the Inkwell will change from copper to green as the note is titled, giving the appearance of appearing and disappearing within the copper colored inkwell.

The three security features from the previous design have been retained within the new design. This includes the watermark portrait of Benjamin Franklin, the security thread, and the color shifting numeral 100.

"The new security features announced today come after more than a decade of research and development to protect our currency from counterfeiting," said Treasurer of the United States Rosie Rios. "To ensure a seamless introduction of the new $100 note into the financial system, we will continue global public education of retailers, financial institutions and industry organizations to ensure that consumers and merchants are aware of the new security features."

The new $100 notes will be released in February 2011. Notes bearing the older design will continue to be legal tender and do not need to be exchanged for new notes. According to a statement from Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board Ben Bernanke, there are approximately 6.5 billion old design $100 notes currently in circulation.

Detailed information about the redesigned note can be found at www.newmoney.gov.

A video for the $100 Note unveiling is also available and has been embedded below.
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I never see any of the old ones....so doubt I'll own any of these...lol

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New $100 bill unveiled to thwart high-tech counterfeits
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ynews/20100421/ts_ynews/ynews_ts1718
Wed Apr 21, 5:18 pm ET

Last month, when the Treasury Department announced that it was revamping the $100 bill yet again to curtail counterfeiters, the Associated Press said that the new design — which employs a new "moving" microprint technology — was "like something straight out of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry."

To hype the new bill, the Treasury set up a website (www.newmoney.gov) featuring a clock counting down the hours, minutes, and seconds to its unveiling. That clock just ran down to zero, with Treasury officials unveiling the new bill at a news conference at  10:15 a.m. ET Wednesday. While Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke were on hand for the occasion, there was thankfully no sign of Lord Voldemort.

And the Treasury Department released video of the new note:

 

"This note incorporates the best technology available to ensure we're staying ahead of counterfeiters," Geithner said at the unveiling ceremony.

The makeover is Treasury's latest bid to keep a step ahead of counterfeiters. Officials are especially concerned with the $100 bill — the favorite target of counterfeiters, who continually upgrade their tech arsenals with new color-copying and other software.

One particularly high-quality type of counterfeit $100 bill — dubbed the "Superdollar" because it's the product of technology believed to be superior to that used in producing the real thing — has been thwarting Treasury enforcers for more than a decade now.

No one knows the true origins of the Superdollar — such mysteries are, after all, the hallmark of successful counterfeiting.  In 2005, the U.S. government accused the North Korean government of forging the phony bill, though some believed that accusation to be founded on "shaky evidence." Pop-conspiracy theories swirl wildly around other candidates — including, but by no means limited to, the Iranian government, Chinese or Russian organized crime outfits, and the CIA.

According to a 2006 New York Times Magazine piece by Stephen Mihm, the government's failure to crack the Superdollar case prompted a 1996 redesign the $100 bill, its first since 1928. That version of the bill featured watermarks as its chief anti-counterfeiting tool. The new bill goes way beyond that, featuring a security thread decades in development: the microprinted mobile image that has inspired all the Harry Potter chatter. When the bill is moved side to side, the image on the bill appears to move up and down, and when it's moved up and down, the image appears to move side to side.


Click the image to see a slide show of the new $100 bill


NewMoney.gov

The new bill will go into circulation next year. Already in circulation: new designs for the $5, $10, $20, and $50 bills. Apparently, for some U.S. currency users, it's still not all about the Benjamins.
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just gearing up for cash seizures.

Based on the CFR strategy, David Rockefeller most likely personally assisted in the North Korean counterfiting press to help devalue the currency and then also allow for spontaneous changes in currency creation.

HEY FEDERAL RESERVE, YOU CANNOT STOP COUNTERFITTING IF YOU ARE PRINTING $28 TRILLION IN LESS THAN A YEAR!

NORTH KOREA COULD NEVER KEEP UP WITH THE DEVALUATION THAT THE FED IS DOING!
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Microwave your bills.

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The title states that there is RFID in the new bill.  While this is something I am sure we are all interested in finding out...WHERE IS THE PROOF to have such a title?

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The title states that there is RFID in the new bill.  While this is something I am sure we are all interested in finding out...WHERE IS THE PROOF to have such a title?

get a scanner
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holy crap: www.prisonplanet.com/022904rfidtagsexplode.html

RFID Tags in New US Notes Explode When You Try to Microwave Them

Adapted from a letter sent to Henry Makow Ph.D.

Want to share an event with you, that we experienced this evening.. Dave had over $1000 dollars in his back pocket (in his wallet). New twenties were the lion share of the bills in his wallet. We walked into a truck stop/travel plaza and they have those new electronic monitors that are supposed to say if you are stealing something. But through every monitor, Dave set it off. He did not have anything to purchase in his hands or pockets. After numerous times of setting off these monitors, a person approached Dave with a 'wand' to swipe why he was setting off the monitors.

Believe it or not, it was his 'wallet'. That is according to the minimum wage employees working at the truck stop! We then walked across the street to a store and purchased aluminum foil. We then wrapped our cash in foil and went thru the same monitors. No monitor went off.

We could have left it at that, but we have also paid attention to the European Union and the 'rfid' tracking devices placed in their money, and the blatant bragging of Walmart and many corporations of using 'rfid' electronics on every marketable item by the year 2005.

Dave and I have brainstormed the fact that most items can be 'microwaved' to fry the 'rfid' chip, thus elimination of tracking by our government.

So we chose to 'microwave' our cash, over $1000 in twenties in a stack, not spread out on a carasoul. Do you know what exploded on American money?? The right eye of Andrew Jackson on the new twenty, every bill was uniform in it's burning... Isnt that interesting?

Now we have to take all of our bills to the bank and have them replaced, cause they are now 'burnt'.

We will now be wrapping all of our larger bills in foil on a regular basis.

What we resent is the fact that the government or a corporation can track our 'cash'. Credit purchases and check purchases have been tracked for years, but cash was not traceble until now...

Dave and Denise
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Note: This article has been linked all over the Internet. We want to make it clear that $20 bills will only 'pop' or 'explode' in certain microwaves. We've had E mails saying they do, they don't, 'you're all kooks' etc etc. What is confirmed is the public policy to embed US and European money with high tech tracking devices as part of the hulking surveillance society.
Euro bank notes to embed RFID chips by 2005

FACT SHEET: SECURITY FEATURES OF NEWLY DESIGNED $20 BILL
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RFID Tags Already in Euro Notes

Steve Watson

They told us they were going to do it by 2005 and now they have. Euro bank notes have RFID radio tags in them.

If you were listening to the Alex Jones show on Monday 1st March you will have heard Paul Watson report the story that RFID tags have been found in the new US $20 bills. A letter sent to Henry Makow Ph.D. described how two citizens found alarms in shops being triggered by their wallets, curious and wise to the RFID proposals they  chose to 'microwave'  over $1000 in twenties in a stack. The right eye of Andrew Jackson on the new twenty was uniform in it's burning.

I remembered I had a couple of Euros in my wallet from my last visit to France and decided what the heck, I'll microwave them. After just three seconds the first note exploded into flame and fearing for my microwave's safety I quickly pressed the stop button. A fluke? Maybe, I tried with the second note, a five, again after precisely three seconds the same bright flash of flame.

It was obvious to see where the tags had been as two perfectly round holes could be seen in my notes. I noticed that the holes lay precisely over the metal strip within the notes. I thought to myself that maybe it was just the metal in the strip that was reacting, so i tried again. Ten, twenty, thirty seconds went by and... nothing. The strip was completely unharmed.

The fact is that my bank notes were tagged. Should I be suprised, well no, they said they were going to do this by 2005  

Of course, the official line is that these tags are there "to protect us", they stop counterfeiting and enable security agencies to track illegal money. Why would illegal money come in five or ten Euro notes? Surely your classic suitcase with wads of cash consists of 200s or 500s not fives and tens, you would need a whole truck to transport large amounts.

The truth is where ever we go are being tracked by our governments. RFID is the latest technology to be used in the ever-growing control grid that dictates the way we live our lives. Walmart has recently carried out RFID trials, even though they claim it is only to monitor possible theft of razors!

We live in a society that is now ten times worse than Orwell's 1984, everything is surveilled. Our clothes are being tagged, our money, where ever we go we are caught on CCTV numerous times a day, cameras are going up in the streets, the schools, in bathrooms. Many will say "I have nothing to hide, why should I worry?" Yes, that's the way the New World Order is training you to think, give up your liberty, know you are losing your rights and don't even care! Then when you have given everything up, when you have nothing left to give the agenda is complete and you have ever so slowly consented to be a slave to your elite masters.

Want to do something now? Go and microwave your money - it's a start
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Okay...I thought that that article was found to be phony about the microwaving of money.  Has anyone actually tried this?

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http://nimbusters.org/forum/read.php?board=8&id=144716

Look at this link...I googled "RFID new $100 bills" and this was the first link...

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http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~robins/RFID_Powder.pdf

Check especially page 3...could this have been implemented?

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somebody needs to dissect one, very carefully, damn thing can only be so small.......hmmmm, do they still "strip" em??...could use that as an antenna possibly??
EDIT: upon further inspection, hell yeah, and the strip is way bigger now....hmmmmmmmmm, bigger antenna, less gain needed.....whats the odds?

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http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~robins/RFID_Powder.pdf

Check especially page 3...could this have been implemented?

i saw it too, pretty wild huh. let's look at the purpose of having RFID in money (I know it is not proof, but what do you think):



Tuesday, December 28, 2004
RFID Chip Chips
http://www.boingboing.net/2004/12/28/rfid_chip_chips.html

Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology could soon be embedded in casino chips and tables. Casino supply company Shuffle Master recently shelled out $12.5 million for two patents on gaming-related RFID systems. Shuffle Master president Paul Meyer presents this scenario in Gambling Magazine:

"Say I sit down at a black jack table and I have a player's card. I place it and a $100 bill on the table. My card is swiped which places me at that table," explained Mr. Meyer. (A player's card is another way for casinos to track frequent gamblers. They earn points on the card for free meals, or other rewards.)

Without RFID, "as I play over time, the only way the casino can estimate the kind of player I am, is by using pit boss estimates. That's a pretty rough estimate. That's where table tracking comes in. Every chip is associated with me and is tracked using a reader. Exactly what I'm betting and losing or winning is tracked automatically. Without tracking, they (casino) don't know what I'm betting." In other words, the reasoning behind RFID utilization is that the casino will know what every player is doing at every table.

"Say you move away from one table with $500 in chips. You now go to cash in those chips. Those RFID chips can be read at the cage and associated with you. In your moment of generosity, you give a cocktail waitress a $25 chip. When she cashes it in, we know how generous a tipper you are."
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http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~robins/RFID_Powder.pdf

Check especially page 3...could this have been implemented?


WHOOOAAA......now that is seeing something really scary....

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but i bet the ol microwave will still cook those miniscule bastards...lol

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Well it wouldn't surprise me that they would put RFID in money.  The benefits for their control grid would be unreal...however I don't want to jump to conclusions quite yet.  When I saw this article earlier today on Yahoo! the first thing I thought was RFID.  

For awhile Albreicht sp? author of Spy Chips was doing a great job tracking this technology, then suddenly we don't hear so much about it.  I recall hearing that Walmart was working with the military on getting all of their products with RFID into them.  I also know that they can now print RFID, including invisible.  With nanotechnology thrown into this you can easily see how everything could be controlled.  This is a good technology for warehousing but all around a bad technology for the average Joe.  A few times I have told a cashier here or there that you might not have a job eventually.  After all once everything has RFID all a customer has to do is grab their cart, put their stuff in bags and walk through the checkout, then pay and leave.  No need for a cashier, perhaps one or two to watch the lines and assist customers with coupons and such, but think of how many jobs we would lose in this country.  

The one thing to consider here is that if you go into a store that doesn't use face scanning technology, like Walmart, then you can use cash and be anonymous, even if for no other reason then protecting your privacy.  However with RFID bills it would be possible to often associate the buyer with the bill, especially through corporate stores.  The trick to this is, and anyone with half a brain should be able to figure this out, if you have ever went to a store like Walmart, my understanding is that if at anytime you used a credit/debit card then it no longer matter that you use cash or not.  When you gave them your info, via your card, they also have scanned your face with their cameras and thereby know who you are when you enter their store.  My understanding is that then they can track your buying patterns for each and everything you buy from that point forward.

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Well it wouldn't surprise me that they would put RFID in money.  The benefits for their control grid would be unreal...however I don't want to jump to conclusions quite yet.  When I saw this article earlier today on Yahoo! the first thing I thought was RFID.  

For awhile Albreicht sp? author of Spy Chips was doing a great job tracking this technology, then suddenly we don't hear so much about it.  I recall hearing that Walmart was working with the military on getting all of their products with RFID into them.  I also know that they can now print RFID, including invisible.  With nanotechnology thrown into this you can easily see how everything could be controlled.  This is a good technology for warehousing but all around a bad technology for the average Joe.  A few times I have told a cashier here or there that you might not have a job eventually.  After all once everything has RFID all a customer has to do is grab their cart, put their stuff in bags and walk through the checkout, then pay and leave.  No need for a cashier, perhaps one or two to watch the lines and assist customers with coupons and such, but think of how many jobs we would lose in this country.  

The one thing to consider here is that if you go into a store that doesn't use face scanning technology, like Walmart, then you can use cash and be anonymous, even if for no other reason then protecting your privacy.  However with RFID bills it would be possible to often associate the buyer with the bill, especially through corporate stores.  The trick to this is, and anyone with half a brain should be able to figure this out, if you have ever went to a store like Walmart, my understanding is that if at anytime you used a credit/debit card then it no longer matter that you use cash or not.  When you gave them your info, via your card, they also have scanned your face with their cameras and thereby know who you are when you enter their store.  My understanding is that then they can track your buying patterns for each and everything you buy from that point forward.

look at target's primary business will be going forward (Wal-Mart has theese systems in china)

http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=159599.0

the videos are saved forever, they either have the face scan tech and not telling or they are planning to have it an taping based on future tech needing the videos.

as far as Albreicht recent info, watch shadow government
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This wouldn't surprise me. My Partner got a new British passport the other day, it has a massive RFID on the back page, on my old one I have none. They haven't even tried to hide it, its really obvious. So putting it in money is the next step if they can't convince people to go electronic.

This is the RFID in the passport:






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ALL of THEIR faux money is counterfeit!!!

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THE FEDERAL RESERVE HATES COMPETITION

No wonder their so upset at the $100 SuperBills


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