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

Cash has been taking a beating lately.

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

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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