Fingerprint Money
It’s time to put on your tinfoil hat. The conspiracy theorists who have been warning about the New World Order forcing a one-world currency are going to be screaming soon enough that they were right. While that’s premature, it’s interesting to see what’s being tested in Japan right now.
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Cashless Society
In Sweden, apps and plastic rule. The country is on the bleeding edge of the cashless society model and those on both sides of the fence are converging on the European country to voice their support and concerns. If it works the way it’s supposed to work, will other countries start adopting the concept?
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Puerto Rico
While most of the economic world was focused on Greece’s near-collapse and China’s financial woes, little Puerto Rico was stuck trying to pay off a $72 billion debt load. They could not. Their payment was missed. They will have to default.
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Yanis Varoufakis
Before the Greek government agreed to their creditors’ demands, there were plans in the works to switch the currency exchange from the euro in a “flick of a button.” The man with his finger on the button, former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, is awaiting treason charges despite claims that his plan was approved by Prime...
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The economy plays tricks on the relocation industry. When it’s good, it can affect the relocation industry in good ways and bad. Same holds true for when the economy is bad. For the most part, outlook is often more important than reality as this infographic details. Click to enlarge. Economy, Real Estate & Relocation by...
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Recession Paradox
There are perceptions will will almost always persist when it comes to the economy, particularly when it’s in as bad of shape as it’s in currently. Are these perceptions accurate? According to recent data, they are not. Click to enlarge.
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