How does U.S. currency get into circulation?
Michael Lambert, associate director for the U.S. Currency Program at the Federal Reserve Board, discusses how U.S. currency gets into circulation.
Recent Change in the Production of Federal Reserve Notes
A recent change has occurred in the production process of Federal Reserve notes. In order to increase efficiency, the Treasury’s Bureau of Engraving and Printing is using equipment that allows Federal Reserve notes to be printed on larger sheets of paper. Find out more about the production changes and how they affect the $1 note in this video. For more information about this change, please visit the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Podcast Episode 3: The Art of Banknote Design
The New $100 Note Podcast Series Episode 3: The Art of Banknote Design. Guest speakers
from the Federal Reserve and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing discuss the design
elements for the new $100 banknote and its key security features.
Podcast Episode 2: How to Detect a Counterfeit
The New $100 Note Podcast Series Episode 2: How To Detect A Counterfeit. Counterfeit
specialists from the United States Secret Service talks about how businesses and
consumers can use security features in the new $100 in order to tell a genuine note
from a fake note.
Podcast Episode 1: Introduction to the $100 Note
The first of three short videos about Federal Reserve notes. This video is an introduction
to the $100 note. A guest speaker from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing provides
an overview of the new advanced security features in the $100 note.
Progress Update: The New $100 Note
Learn about the progress being made towards introducing the new $100 note.
The $100 Note Unveiling Video
This 3-D animated video features the redesigned $100 note and highlights its new security features.