First Banknote including new feature “mouveINK“ issued

National Bank of Cambodia publishes new Commemorative Note using GSI’s innovative, unique traffic light for banknotes

Following the launch of GSI’s unique high security printing feature “mouveINK” in May this year, the National Bank of Cambodia has included the feature in its latest Commemorative Note, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreement and the return of His Majesty King Norodom Sihanouk to Cambodia 30 years ago.

The 30,000 Riel Note is the first banknote worldwide which incorporates two fluorescent and one phosphorescent colour impressions in one security feature. The image on the backside of the note is printed in intaglio and uses one single ink, produced by GSI in Berlin, Germany. The feature can be activated/checked by using standard conventional UV lamps (UV-A, UV-B or UV-C).

“We are honored and very proud that the National Bank of Cambodia has chosen mouveGSI to be part of its prestigious new Commemorative Note. With mouveGSI being included on a live banknote only five months after the launch of our unique feature, I am convinced that we will see more customers using the highly innovative ink on circulating banknotes very soon.” said Ulrich Walter, Managing Director of GSI.

More details of the new feature and the Commemorative Note will be communicated when the first notes have been circulated to the public during the next weeks. For more information on GSI’s “traffic light”-feature please refer to

First Banknote mouve GSI

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