Part of it – yes.
As for coins, the main United States Mint location is in Washington, DC, but the actual production is done in the branches. These are located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Denver, Colorado; San Francisco, California; and West Point, New York. The Philadelphia facility is the largest. There is also a facility in Fort Knox, but it does not produce coins.
As for paper currency, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing has production facilities in Washington, DC, and Fort Worth, Texas.
Money is made in a few different places. All US coins are minted in either the Philadelphia or Denver mint. Paper money is printed by the Bureau of Engravign and Printing, at one of the two locations in Washington DC and Fort Worth, TX. These four buildings are the only places that know the exact formula for our coins and paper money.
Yes and no carlo. While the actual production takes in numerous locations, Washington DC excluded, the United States Mint exists in DC. As far as profits go, sadly yes, the rule of man by man is and has always been one of if not the most profitable business.
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