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How Currencies Around the World Assist the Visually Impaired
A large number of Euros of varying denominations are splayed on a table The newly designed $10 bill will be the first American currency to include tactile features to make them accessible for the visually impaired, although, unfortunately, this change won’t be implemented until 2020 at the earliest.
This article looks at other currencies around the world and how other countries use different colors, sizes and tactile features to make money easier to handle for visually impaired people.
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