What is a hell bank note?

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A hell bank note is a piece of paper meant to look like banknotes. These are used as offerings to the deceased. This is common in East Asian cultures.
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"Hell Bank Notes" are not actual currency; rather, they are Chinese "joss notes" which are burned as part of ancestor veneration. They have no exchange value,
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Bank notes began as promissory notes dating back hundreds of years with the first official bank note in the United States dating back to the establishment of the Thirteen Colonies
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The government would have to pay to replace the bills, which it does anyway when bills get worn out. They give the bills away for free: big banks make (virtual) deposits in the Federal
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