CARACAS, Venezuela — Venezuelans are standing in long ATM lines to take out new, larger-denominated bills that President Nicolas Maduro hopes will help stabilize the crisis-wracked economy.

A bank customer shows a new bank note of 500 Bolivars outside a bank in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. As the nation experiences triple-digit inflation, the government rolled out larger denomination bank notes on Monday, ranging in value from 500 to 20,000 bolivars. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

A bank customer shows a new bank note of 500 Bolivars outside a bank in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. As the nation experiences triple-digit inflation, the government rolled out larger denomination bank notes on Monday, ranging in value from 500 to 20,000 bolivars. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Maduro last month said he was scrapping circulation of the most-used 100-bolivar note and replacing it with new bills ranging from 500 to 20,000 bolivars.

Residents in Caracas expressed shock at seeing bills with so many zeros. But triple-digit inflation has destroyed many families’ purchasing power and even the largest of the new bills is worth less than $6 on the black market.

Also on Monday, the government plans to inaugurate special foreign exchange houses near the border to stamp out the black market and attract badly needed hard currency from Colombian shoppers who frequently cross into Venezuela for bargain-hunting.