Bahamas launches new banknote series with innovative security thread


The Central Bank of Bahamas' new currency series will feature an innovative colour-changing security thread, the bank revealed today (September 28) on the launch of its first note.

The central bank has a commitment to "refresh" its family of banknotes every 10–12 years, says governor John Rolle. The last $10 was launched in 2005, so this latest initiative, dubbed "Crisp Evolution", is in keeping with the bank's mandate.

The acronym 'Crisp', which stands for Counterfeit Resistant Integrated

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