That would be fitting, at least. But what they have on the federal reserve notes now is Andrew Jackson, with one assassination attempt by a "lone gunman" proxy of the bankers trying to kill him before he killed the bank. Another, Abraham "greenback" Lincoln was assassinated.
At least Hamilton makes sense, given that he wanted to get Americans incorporated back into the usury of Babel as quickly as possible. Washington is a toss up, he was probably just listening to Hamilton and he was apparently pretty soft in putting down the Whiskey Rebellion "traitors."
Who knows, despite Washington's financial "adviser" Hamilton... he might even want a crypto currency named after him now.
...Hamilton began publishing essays under the name of "Tully" in Philadelphia newspapers, denouncing mob violence in western Pennsylvania and advocating military action.
In October 1794, Washington traveled west to review the progress of the military expedition. According to historian Joseph Ellis, this would be "the first and only time a sitting American president led troops in the field".
Eventually, a federal grand jury indicted 24 men for high treason. Most of the accused had eluded capture, so only ten men stood trial for treason in federal court. Of these, only Philip Wigle[nb 1] and John Mitchell were convicted. .... Both men were sentenced to death by hanging, but they were pardoned by President Washington. --Wikipedia
It seems unlikely that he'd want to be on these federal reserve notes now.
Wouldn't it be better to have a disabled Jewish midget on the currency anyway? Because:
a·ble·ismEtc. After all, you can never have too many minority victim groups or too much diversity. (Except when you do!)
noun: ableism; noun: ablism
discrimination in favor of able-bodied people.