Who Invented the Note-Counting Machine?

Note counting machines, also known as cash counters, are machines used to quantify currencies precisely. A currency scanner may also sort banknotes in groups and inspect them for broken or fake bills. It usually distinguishes banknotes of the same type in one column and the others in another one. It was never easy to count the number of notes by your hand. You might lose the number of measuring at some time, and your all complex works go into vain; for instance, if you are counting a hundred notes of thousand bills and you lose count at around ninety, then all your hard work you used to differentiate those ninety bills will be of no use. Due to this reason, the cashiers feel this work is quite tricky, but they must do that work, and they do it.

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