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Coin specifications and materials have always been important for optimal currency structures. Today, due to recent geopolitical events and impacts from the pandemic, we are seeing above-average volatility in the metals market – making optimization even more critical. Fortunately, there are steps Central Banks can take to ensure continuity and mitigate risk in order to ensure a stable coin supply.
Historically, coins have been produced using a variety of alloys and compositions, however, escalating metal prices, poor durability and inadequate security features led to the search for more economical and longer-lasting coin technologies. The result – coin series that yielded the perfect balance between cost and quality, and most importantly, protection against volatile base metal markets.
As many economies worldwide are experiencing inflation, now is the time to evaluate the coin denomination structure and materials, especially for low value coin denominations and the coin-banknote boundary.
In this session we will examine the benefits of a producing a coin series that allows for diversity, while also capitalizing on the opportunity for public engagement throughout the conversion process. We will explore real life success stories and discuss ways in which revitalizing your circulation coins can benefit you now, and in the future.