Who invented the robot money box&when?

Answer The robot money box is a robot that also serves as a money bank. While there may be various kinds of robot money banks, one of the first patents was filed in 1987 by Hiroshi Horiuchi, a Japanese in... Read More »

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When was the money counter invented?

The patent for the first electric cash-counting machine was filed on November 29, 1961 by Joseph Couri of Peoria, Illinois. However, it was not until December 7, 1965, that the United States Patent... Read More »

Who invented the money clip?

No one truly knows who created the money clip, but it is believed to be linked to the first occurrences of paper money, since bills would need to be held together in some fashion. In Ancient Japan ... Read More »

What did people use before paper money was invented?

The first true coins were made in Lydia of a gold-silver alloy, electrum. The kings of this ancient kingdom took advantage of the vast repository of electrum and became wealthy by mining and mintin... Read More »

Who invented money in the United States?

Before the revolution, the colonies used foreign currency. In 1791, the First Bank of the United States issued paper bank notes to simplify trade and commerce. The first genuine American money took... Read More »