Cashless Payments are Hurting Tipped Workers

Cashless Payments are Hurting Tipped Workers

The global COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we do a lot of things in our daily lives, from the way we order groceries to how we pay for goods and services. While cash is still necessary for a healthy economy, an increase in cashless payments is having an effect...
Biden Orders Cryptocurrency Review

Biden Orders Cryptocurrency Review

The U.S. Government is finally set to get into the cryptocurrency game. President Biden recently signed an executive order that according to the Washington Post, will be “a sweeping review of the government’s approach to cryptocurrencies, aiming to secure the nation’s...
Book Kiosk at Canadian Recreation Center

Book Kiosk at Canadian Recreation Center

Here’s a new one for the books: a Canadian recreation center now has a book kiosk for customers courtesy of the local public library. No longer are kiosk machines strictly for withdrawing cash at an ATM or buying junk food from a vending machine. Kiosk machines have...
Bitcoin ATMs Make Investing Easier

Bitcoin ATMs Make Investing Easier

Bitcoin, the open-source crypto currency, has steadily risen to the top of the crypto currency chain. According to CoinDesk , Bitcoin launched “on Jan. 3, 2009, by an anonymous computer programmer (or group of programmers) under the pseudonym ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’, the...
Americans Think Cashless Businesses are Less Inclusive

Americans Think Cashless Businesses are Less Inclusive

Cash is vital to a strong, thriving economy. Businesses who choose to decline cash as a form of payment for goods and services are excluding the nearly 7.1 million households in the U.S. that are unbanked, meaning they do not have access to a bank or credit union...