Opposition Leader Mark Golding has taken a swipe at the government's push for the use of digital payment systems, including the use of the local central bank's digital currency, JAM-DEX.
In a video posted to social media, Mr Golding said digital currency should be an option, not a mandate.
He also claimed that billions have been spent on the new bank notes that cannot be used by automated machines.
In a swift response, Finance Minister Dr Nigel Clarke says there is no digital currency mandate.
Additionally, Dr Clarke says the new banknotes will be in circulation by mid-June, as previously announced.