According to this article, Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico offered a reward of 1 million euros for catching Jan Kuciak's murder(s):
The government of Slovakia announced the reward Monday in a statement on its website, saying the money would go to anyone providing "relevant information leading to the capture, criminal charges and conviction of the perpetrators of the murder."
He resigns less than three weeks after this announcement:
Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico officially resigned Thursday, less than three weeks after the murder of an investigative reporter and his fiancée shocked the nation.
According to a Slovak law, cash transactions have clear limits:
Two individuals cannot legally exchange sums larger than 15 000 euro. Typical transaction would be represented by a used vehicle purchase, real estate transfer, or a loan between two individuals. Cash transfers between any other entities are capped at 5 000 euro. This means all transfer business to customer, business to owner, or business to business (in any direction) are required to be performed electronically, if reaching over 5 000 euro.
So, one should expect to not see large amounts of cash flying around. A PM next to a pile of money would sound even stranger.
Question: Why did Slovak PM also use a pile of cash when he announced the reward for catching Jan Kuciak's murder(s)?