## No, of course not. This is all sorts of shit-facts from the public, like "5 Brief Facts", "Unbelievable Facts". Don't subscribe to them. only brainwashes
This statement does not stand up to criticism and looks more like an ordinary bike. Firstly, if traces of cocaine remain on a banknote, they obviously do not "sit" on it tightly. I am sure that it will be enough to literally touch the bill so that it no longer differs from the rest. Secondly, if you devote five minutes of your life to searching for information on the Internet, we will find that, according to the US Federal Reserve, there are about 40 billion of various banknotes in circulation in 2015. According to the bike, 90% of the bills should be in the traces of cocaine, that is, 36 billion. The Internet also states that the "standard" dose of cocaine is in the order of 100 mg. It turns out that through 36 billion bills, at least 36 billion doses, or 3.6 thousand tons of cocaine, were inhaled. For you to imagine how astronomical this number is, you just need to find the amount of cocaine smuggled from Mexico to the United States, which according to the Internet is "only" 50 tons. That is, 3.6 thousand tons at current volumes can be imported into the United States in 72 years! Of course, these are all speculative calculations and conclusions, but they help to imagine how the number of bills in the world correlates with the volume of cocaine imported into the United States.