nashburg, UNITED STATES – MARCH 21: A ‘smart banknote’ with a hologram image of a person on it is pictured on the outside of a building in the center of the capital of the Czech Republic in Prague February 21, 2018.
The banknote has been designed by Austrian designer Zoltan Zimin in collaboration with the Prague office of the Austrian Ministry of Finance.
The design features a holographic image of an individual wearing a hat with a QR code on the front.
The QR code displays a detailed image of the individual and the time, as well as the date and a message on the back of the banknote.
The hologram is composed of different colored light-emitting diodes.
Photographer: Michaela Schmitt/Bloomberg via Getty Images The world’s second ‘smart banking’ banknotes are expected to be released in 2018, according to the European Banking Authority.
The new banknotes will feature the hologram of a face in a virtual world, according a new report from Reuters.
The European Banking Association (EBA), the EU’s banking regulator, has announced that it will start testing new banknote holograms in 2018.
While the holograms feature faces and other visual elements, the holographic features will remain a separate part of the holographically printed banknotes.
Reuters reported that the banknotes would feature holograms of three people wearing hats and one person wearing a cap.
The EBA is working on the project in collaboration and with a company called Oleg Deripaska.
The company is a subsidiary of Russian billionaire Yuri Milner’s Quantum Group.
The first holograms will go on sale in 2020, according the Reuters report.
Banknotes are used by banks around the world to pay their customers, as they are a way to make payments and can help them keep track of their accounts.
Banknotes will also soon be used by consumers to purchase goods and services from companies, according Bloomberg.
The banknotes have been used since the 1920s, but the digital version has only been released for a few years, according Reuters.
In 2018, the Bank of England also announced that banknotes featuring holograms would be phased out in 2019.
This is the first time that holograms have been printed in a holograph format.
The Bank of Canada is also testing holograms on their notes.