A $200-bill bill that has been circulating around the Internet has caused a stir.
The $200 is a symbol of the United States and has been popularized by the late American actor Michael J. Fox, who wore one during the 1964 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
But in recent years, the popularity of the $200 has declined.
Some say the bill’s popularity has decreased because people can no longer afford to pay with cash, and they say it’s too confusing to make sense of.
The bill’s makers say they hope to change that by introducing a design that would make it easier for people to understand.
In an email sent Monday to employees, the $100 bill’s creators said that they are hoping to bring more awareness to the design and the history behind it.
“This is an innovative design, that has the potential to change the way we all interact with our money,” the company wrote.
“We hope this project will bring awareness to a popular but misunderstood design.”