If you have ever attempted a life as a counterfeiter, or done a stupid school project where you tried to print your own money, you already know this: you can’t make a copy of any type of bill, no matter the denomination. For older bills, it was because of the Eurion constellation, which is an order of dots that…
There's something going on with Occupy Wall Street—good, bad, monumental, anarchy, I don't know—but there is a clear disparity between the 1% and the 99% and the voice of the 99% is slowly ringing louder. Here's one way to get the 1% to pay even more attention: taint their money.
The ugly new $100 bill has a slew of advanced security features to keep people from counterfeiting it. CNET was granted access to the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing, AKA the Money Factory, to see how they're made.