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Here’s What a Cashless Society Looks Like [VIDEO]

by November 3, 2014 at 9:45 am 0 comments

Want to know what a cashless society might look like? Check our Sweden, where cash is used in but 41% of transactions, compared to 55% in the United States — an appropriate preview to Money2020, which starts today in Las Vegas.

The Coming Econgularity: the Real Challenge to Civil Liberties

The Coming Econgularity: the Real Challenge to Civil Liberties

by December 16, 2013 at 12:33 pm 0 comments

Econgularity – a shorthand for economic singularity — is an ugly word I created to describe an unfortunately approaching moment in time when our current technological snooping prowess, the ease of Big Data manipulation, and our sprint to a cashless economy will converge in such a way as to permitRead More

Putting Pennies Out to Pasture

Putting Pennies Out to Pasture

by January 23, 2013 at 8:36 am 1 comment

Originally posted by Lenny Eskin on The Andera Blog. Follow us on twitter @AnderaInc! A penny for your thoughts? I should’ve probably offered a quarter instead, since a penny won’t incentivize anyone to share much of anything these days. Honestly, they aren’t even worth the time you’ve wasted thinking about the proposition.Read More

Imagining a Cashless Future

Imagining a Cashless Future

by November 14, 2012 at 9:05 am 6 comments

  Financial innovations come in many shapes and sizes, but for the most part they all follow a general trend: they turn physical processes into digital ones. The so-called “payments revolution” has often made me wonder what will happen when innovation manages to displace the most physical aspect of finance, cash. In theRead More