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The former U.S. Treasury secretary and Harvard president sounds off about innovation in online currencies and mobile payments.
For people who can’t afford a bank account, there’s a prepaid card called Green Dot.
The Internet payment giant is trying to break into brick-and-mortar retail.
Polymer competes with paper as a basis for the world’s banknotes. Canada is the latest country to embrace plastic currency.
A digital currency without a central bank could be ideal for economies where the mobile phone is king but the banking systems are weak.
Are 15 million mobile phones enough to wage war on graft in Afghanistan?
New York is investing in financial startups to make sure technologists and new ideas stick around.
What’s a tweet worth? The Web is redefining what’s valuable and letting people create personal wealth in surprising new ways.
In a new book, author David Wolman argues that cash costs society far more than we think it does.