The European Central Bank (ECB) unveiled the new €10 banknote in its Europa series today, which it hopes will prove tougher for fraudsters to replicate than its predecessors and help keep the eurozone's counterfeit rates in check.
Like the €5 note before it, the new €10 note will feature a portrait of Europa – a princess from Greek mythology – in both the hologram and watermark. It will also include an emerald number that changes colour when the note is tilted, and raised print on its edges.
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