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Literally no one I know is happy wih the new P5 coin or is at least willing to defend it

Wed, March 28, 2018, 7:55 a.m. / / notes / / Syndicated: twitter facebook / 💬 7

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Christian Lazo said...

Vendo machines are rejecting it. I haven't seen the US change their bills and coins (or maybe I'm just not aware of it) but our bills and coins keep on changing almost with every new presidency

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Luc Valencia said...

Its environmentally friendly. Less material mined and less energy consumed for minting those cheap coins πŸ˜‚

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Arthur Abon said...

Playing a weak devils advocate here: 1. US bills have changed. Latest being the "big head" ones that can no longer be called greenbacks because they have touches of other colors now. 2. We do need to change bills and coins every so often (although probably not as drastic as this) because of security feature leapfrog against counterfeiters and because of wear and tear on the currency. 3. I thought they used nickel coated steel on all the coins? So its cheaper because we are the top Ni producer worldwide (almost twice as much output as Russia) before Sec. Gina Lopez shut down several mines. That said, they could still have put in more thought into making distinctions between coins more obvious so that mixups wouldn't be such a problem to expect.

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Luc Valencia said...

Flash news: yung design nung coins under Penoy’s admin daw πŸ˜† πŸ€ͺ

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Clement Tse said...

Oops, I thought you mean a new crypto currency

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