Celebrating Women on the Quarter

Celebrating Women on the Quarter

The U.S. Mint is changing up the face of the quarter. Titled the American Women Quarters Program, the U.S. mint will be releasing 5 quarters, depicting American women each year through 2025. These quarters celebrate “the accomplishments and contributions made by women...
Cash for Lunar New Year

Cash for Lunar New Year

February 1, 2022 is the date of Lunar New Year in Chinese tradition. The Lunar New Year is one of the most important holidays in many Asian cultures, including the Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean communities. It is a celebration that spans several days, marked by...
A Cashless Society? We Think Not

A Cashless Society? We Think Not

There has been a lot of talk over the past years about the United States becoming a cashless society. While this idea was further pressed during the global COVID-19 pandemic, what is bearing out in the U.S. just doesn’t support the idea of the United States going...
The Cost of Going Cashless

The Cost of Going Cashless

The Couch Report, a current affairs video channel from VICE News, recently published an episode regarding the cost of moving to a cashless society. The episode’s introduction states, “The pandemic sent cash circulation into a tailspin. But there’s a movement to stop...
The Path to Making Cash Sustainable

The Path to Making Cash Sustainable

As world leaders meet in Glasgow this week to find solutions to the planet’s ever-growing climate crisis, a new report has been released by Reconnaissance International, a leading source of business intelligence on currency, optical and digital document security,...
Gen Z Uses Cash

Gen Z Uses Cash

A recent poll conducted by OnePoll, a research firm with offices in New York, San Diego, and London found that Generation Z prefers to use cash. Generation Z Generation Z is the newest generation, most often referred to as people born after 1996. Gen Z is the most...