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Killing off cash: Could new tech mean the end of money?



Cash has been taking a beating lately.

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Last week, Canada minted its last penny. Eurozone countries are working to restrict cash payments. Bitcoin is all the rage.

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Those who grasp that fact, yet still distrust central bank-issued currencies, are turning to local and online options, barter exchanges, and the crypto-currency Bitcoin

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