What denominations of the US Dollar will be issued by the US government in 2030?
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2030
93%
$1 bill
67%
$2 bill
91%
$5 bill
94%
$10 bill
97%
$20 bill
78%
$50 bill
96%
$100 bill
40%
$200 bill
18%
$500 bill
15%
$1000 bill
37%
1¢ coin
71%
5¢ coin
70%
10¢ coin
81%
25¢ coin
53%
50¢ coin
85%
$1 coin
37%
$2 coin
31%
$5 coin

https://www.usa.gov/currency

Includes only regularly minted currency.

Issue at any point during the calendar year counts.

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1¢ coin

Please break this out into its own question so someone can subsidize it with a million mana and we can finally get to the bottom of this.

Is 25% legit? Please explain why. We need to be leaders on this issue.

@Eliza https://manifold.markets/Boklam/will-the-us-abolish-pennies-de-fact I think this is that

Edit: actually it’s a stronger version of no longer minting the penny

(Idk how to do strikethrough on mobile)

Oops! It’s a slightly different question, but still, the one posted above seems pretty similar.

@JoshuaB (strikethrough is ~~ on both sides of the text btw)

https://www.bep.gov/currency/production-figures/annual-production-reports

$1, $5, $20 bill printed every year of the past 44 = 100%

$2 bill printed 11/29 years recorded = 38% and 6 out of the last 10 years

$10, $100 bill printed 43 of the past 44 years.

$50 bill printed 38/44 years = 86%, but consecutively for the past 13 years.

Last time the $2, $10 and $50 were all not printed was in 2010, as a reaction to the recession reducing demand from banks for money from the FED, so a recession in 2029-2030 could impact this market as well.