Few people know that Isaac Newton was exactly that person who was the manager of the British Royal Mint, who invented minting corrugation on the edges of coins. At different times, various items that were valuable to people of a particular era were used in the form of Money. These were the tiles of tea, cocoa beans, dried fish, fertilizer, and even stones. Nowadays, Money made of plastic are used by people in Australia and some countries in the Southern Hemisphere. The heaviest gold coin was produced in China. Its weight was around 5 kilograms. The heaviest silver coin was produced in Russia, in the 1999 year. Its weight was 3 kilograms. In Canada, twenty-five thousand unique coins with dinosaurs depicted on one side of which were issued. In the darkness, their skeletons glowed.
However, this Money was not included in the turnover. For carrying out large-scale banking operations in England, there is a denomination worth 1 million pounds sterling. The very first Money that was made of paper appeared in the Chinese People’s Republic, in 812. Interesting facts about Money allow us to delve into the history of the development of mankind. The badge ”$” was created in the far-far 1788-th by Oliver Pollock. The first ATM appeared in 1939. The most generous billionaire is Bill Gates. He donated about 36,6 billion dollars for charity, which is more than half of his financial condition. In the West, the most expensive assistant to millionaires is a psychoanalyst.
Of course, these psychoanalysts keep their incomes in secret, but it is known, for example, that Robert de Niro’s psychoanalyst bought more than eight houses. In 2011, Sheikh Sulaiman bin Abdulaziz Al Rajhi was considered the richest man in the opinion of Forbes (he had 7,7 billion dollars). The most expensive coin is a dollar. This coin was minted in an insanely distant, in the 1794-th year, in the United States of America. At the auction, this ”dollar” was sold for seven million eight hundred and fifteen thousand dollars.