India’s ‘India Note Counting Machine’ is in the news

The "India Note" is the currency that people use to purchase everything from mobile phones to luxury watches.But the new currency has faced criticism for being too volatile, causing problems for the nation's economy.Now, India is using a new device to count the currency's value.The Indian government says the new "India-wide electronic currency" is an attempt to ease financial woes and is a way to...

How to make a £200,000 farming plot in a week

We all know how expensive it is to grow food, but do you know how much it takes to grow a £400,000 farm?That's what the Farmers' Market is all about!The Farmers' market is a great opportunity for families, with a variety of local produce selling for as little as £1.50 per pound.This includes fresh produce, vegetables, flowers, fruit, honey and spices, which are all priced at £1 per pound or...

How to count your bills on the go

In December, the Australian Bureau of Statistics announced that the total value of Australian credit card transactions was at $3.2 trillion in 2017, or $3,848 per person.That is almost $20,000 per person in every Australian household.It is more than twice the $1.3 trillion of cash in circulation in the US.While Australians are used to counting money by hand, the US and UK have introduced machines...

India’s Sinic ozone counting machine gets a new name

NEW DELHI -- India's Sinics counting machine is set to undergo a major overhaul after being given a new moniker.Sinic is a name for a metal alloy made from carbon, nickel and titanium that is used to make the machines' electronic control units.Its makers say they will use the new name to make sure it is easier to identify the machines and make them more transparent, The Associated Press...

What is a currency counting Machine?

This article first appeared on medicalnewstoday.com.A currency counting device that can help detect counterfeit bills is being used by India's banks to check whether the bills they issue are legitimate and are worth the money they are worth.The machines are being installed at banks across the country to check the authenticity of the notes that banks issue, and to check that the bills are backed...