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Should we have more coins in the USA?

Japan has coins roughly equivalent to 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 50 cents, a dollar, and 5 dollars:
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Lordlestermount · 46-50, M Best Comment
No less coins unless you are a coin collector

Isn’t the plan to be cashless?
ScottR · 51-55, M
[@327405,TheOneyouwerewarnedabout] True. Payment with a phone will eventually go mainstream.
tenente · 90-99, M
[@327405,TheOneyouwerewarnedabout] no no 😁 topless
[@1202599,ScottR] scary.
They can freeze your shit at will until you behave/conform to social norms..
in reality, it’s the Chinese social credit score..
tenente · 90-99, M
really dislike coins hope we don't adopt more
Manzi · 51-55, M
Only Benjamin's
Coins have become outdated. Now money is plastic or liquid.
I think I'd like to see $1/2/5 go to coins. we're long overdue for that
Asificair · M
you should move to yen, you guys buy that much Chinese stuff, save on exchange rate 🤷‍♂️
OldBrit · 56-60, M
UK has a £2 coin in general circulation is about $2.80 there is a rarer £5 coin, much more common as a note, that is about $7
helenS · 31-35, F
The one with the hole in the middle is nice. I've been in Japan quite often, and I have to say their coins a nicely distinguishable.
On the other hand, they do not have a ¥25 coin, corresponding roughly to a quarter.

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