On August 12, 2019, after the victory of Alberto Fernández`s opposition in the primaries (PASO), the peso closed on the official market at 57.30 units to the dollar, which corresponds to a devaluation of 21.3% in a few hours.  Former Economy Minister Martín Redrado denounced that the government had decided not to intervene in the foreign exchange market, noting that there was an order from the central bank that «the dollar should go where it needs to go so that Argentines learn who to vote for.»   Macri, for his part, denied such statements and pointed out that there was no such order.  The complaint is being resolved in court.   Starting in 2012, two peso coins entered circulation in place of the banknote. This problem is related to the need to gradually replace the banknote, as low- and high-circulation banknotes, such as the two-peso note, have a short lifespan. On the other hand, the coins last much longer, according to BCRA experts.  These coins are biniqueladas, like those of a peso, but vice versa: silver core and gold edge.  The design consists of four smooth sections and four grooved sections that alternate to facilitate the detection of touch by visually impaired persons. Its metallic composition consists of an alloy of copper (92%), aluminum (6%) and nickel (2%) in the ring and copper (75%) and nickel (25%) in the core.   Finally, the $100 note with eva Perón`s face has been redesigned, with a first batch of 20 million banknotes in circulation (Series A); although it will not replace the previous one, as long as the currency authorities do not organize it.  Eva Duarte`s banknote design was awarded by international industry at the Second International Conference on High Security Printing in Bogotá, Colombia.  The note was put into circulation in July 2013; started with the 00,000,001 B series. Initially, some stores did not accept new tickets, especially those of the A series.
For this reason, the central bank urged the public to make both notes «legal tender» and accepted.  The 2014 edition of the Book of World Banknotes, an international catalogue, included the 100 pesos note with Eva Perón`s image on the cover. Earlier, when it was awarded, Martyn White, the organization`s president, emphasized «the attractive aesthetic of the paper piece,» saying the note was «top notch» and its presentation was «integrated and comprehensive.» He also referred to the «historical context of the issue, with which the Argentine people could easily identify.»  The 2 pesos notes were issued on September 31. May 2018 withdrawn from circulation and replaced by coins with a face value identical to that of the first and second sets of coins.  All banknotes printed with the inscription Convertible Legal Tender remain in circulation and serve as a means of payment. Back to top On January 15, 2016, the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic announced a new family of banknotes that will enter into circulation from mid-2016 and new coins that will enter into circulation from 2017. Initially, they will coexist with the banknotes and coins of the second and third series. The new banknotes show on the obverse the figure of an animal typical of the region and on the reverse the characteristic habitat of this species.
 As of March 2018, cents coins of: 5, 10, 25 and 50 (currently more used), 1, 2, 5 and 10 pesos and notes of 5, 10, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 pesos. One-peso notes were replaced by coins of the same value in 1994. The ticket line has two versions. The first was no longer in effect at various times depending on its value, $2 on November 26, 1997, $5 on June 22, 1998, $10 on January 14, 1998, $20 on January 18, 2000, $50 on July 19, 1999, $100 on December 3, 1999. In the new design that emerged when the different values were taken out of circulation, they are all the same size. The entire post has been redesigned, retaining the image of the selected heroes, each with a background in which replicas of manuscripts or scenes alluding to the character are inserted. Currently in legal circulation since 1997, coexisting with the third series since 2013 and replaced by the fourth series in 2018. In editions after 2002, the legend «Legal tender convertible bonds» was removed from banknotes. During 2008, several projects were presented to the Congress of the Argentine Nation with the aim of replacing or redesigning the pesos in circulation. One of the projects, signed by Roy Cortina (Socialist Party) and Claudio Morgado (Front for Victory), among others, proposed to add Eva Perón on the front of the banknotes and an image referring to the female voice on the back.
 The banknotes have a uniform size of 155 mm wide and 65 mm high. The paper used is made of 100% cotton fibers, weighs 83 g / m2, is free of fluorescence in ultraviolet light and prints in three consecutive steps using offset printing, chalk and typography systems. In addition, the commemorative coins listed below, which are issued in reduced quantities, are legal tender, which is why they are barely found in daily circulation. They are currently no longer in circulation and were replaced in 2000 by those of the second series. The 100 pesos note (Convertibles of Legal Tender) is part of Argentina`s banknote catalogue. In the following file you will find the main notarial features of this post: form, material, year of issue, etc. You can find this ticket in user collections and know the approximate value it has in the market. The issuance of banknotes and coins that are legal tender is the responsibility of the central bank in its capacity as the country`s monetary authority. Weight (symbol: $; ISO 4217: ARS) has been legal tender of the Argentine Republic since 1992, when it replaced austral. It was also known as the convertible peso because of its parity with the dollar until the amendment of the Convertibility Act in 2002.