The Philippines to change the color of the 100-piso note

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP: the Central Bank of the Philippines) has plans to change the appearance of the 100-piso bill because there were complaints about the color which makes it look too much like the 1,000-piso bill, especially in the dark. The new 100-piso note will get a different shade of bluish-grey, instead of the current mauve (that's #E0B0FF for all you HEX-fans out there).

The first notes with the new color are expected to be released in January 2016. Below a picture which shows the two current notes together.

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Steven Wednesday 28 October 2015 at 10:57 am | | news
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