Someone recently (last few months) posted something to the effect that
it is now technologically possible for paper money to be produced such
that one can track whether an individual bill has passed through a
financial institution recently or not. It was suggested that, to
prevent people holding onto money or simply using it as a medium of
exchange, it ought to lose value if too much time has passed between
visits to the bank. Of course this is now technically possible, but the
post said that it had actually been proposed.
Does anybody remember this, possibly the source?
Or was it just a bad dream?
thanks for any lead
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