Plastic banknotes

Australian invention

When were the Plastic Banknotes invented?

They invented Plastic Banknotes In the 1980's

They were the first country ever to make a complete set of banknotes.

History of the Invention

In 1992 the RBA invented a new plastic $5 banknote that fixed these problems, followed by a new $10 banknote (in 1993), $20 (in 1996), $50 (in 1995) and a $100 (in 1996).

IDEA:

How to make Plastic BankNotes unable to be forged?

Answer:

Although Plastic BankNotes can be able to be illegally photocopied, nobody can remake the way they feel like or the special tweaks embedded in them.