Harvard economists want to nix the $100 bill
Meagan Day

one of my favorite Wikipedia paragraphs: “In particular, Spain had a quarter of all these high-value bills within its borders in 2006.[26] This concentration of €500 notes is far greater than expected for an economy of Spain’s size and these notes are rarely seen in every-day commerce — they have been nicknamed “Bin Ladens” by the populace (as the presence and appearance of the notes are well known, but the notes themselves are very difficult to find).”

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