Treasury prints fewer dollars as more consumers swipe cards

The greenback might have finally met its match. Government printing presses are churning out a record low number of paper bills as more people use plastic for everyday transactions. Nevertheless, paper money is likely to stick around for at least another 200 years, according to one estimate. It's still popular with tippers, small businesses and even criminals.

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