Real and Fake Currency Detection using ANN


  • Siva Kumari B.
  • Ruhiarsha Shaik
  • D.Aparna


Currency Segmentation, Canny Edge Detection, Financial System, Genuine Notes.


Abstract: Currency is the main form of exchange in India and is essential to the country's financial system, social progress, and economic growth. In today's highly technologically advanced culture, counterfeit money is a major problem since paper money is easy to move and safe to have, but its face value is significantly                                                               higher                                 than                                  its                                                               actual                                   value.


Acknowledging the significance of preserving economic advancement, the Indian government has implemented policies like the demonetization of the Rs. 1000 and Rs. 500 notes. Though it becomes a possible target for counterfeiters, the introduction of the Rs. 200 note and the revised design for the Rs. 500, Rs. 100, Rs. 50, Rs. 20, and Rs. 10 notes provide new problems. The main problem with the hardware-based methods now in use for detecting counterfeit notes is that they are challenging for average people to use, even with their competence.


This essay looks at the characteristics that set the new legal tender from the Reserve Bank of India apart and uses methods to identify and confirm that it is real. a hybrid method that combines an ANN with a ResNet model, some architecture, and ANN adjusted parameters to accurately identify counterfeit money. This method employs residual networks (ResNet 50) and artificial neural networks (ANN) to recognize counterfeit currency based on its width, color, and serial number. To distinguish authentic notes from fakes, the system goes through a number of processes, such as pre-processing, segmenting, comparing, and extracting attributes from pictures. Finding counterfeit money is still a difficult and complex process. General Terms: Image Processing, Feature Extraction, Detection.




How to Cite

B., S. K., Shaik , R., & D.Aparna. (2024). Real and Fake Currency Detection using ANN. Journal of Science & Technology (JST), 9(4), 1–6. Retrieved from

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