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Posted by Nicole Harper

Wed, Apr 24, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

In a digital world, how long will cash remain king?

Two recent headlines got me thinking about cash. While I can appreciate the feel of a crisp new Benjamin, I don’t carry a lot of cash or use it often. Most of my cash is used for tipping or paying for the occasional home repair. I have no shame using plastic for small purchases which really annoys my husband (he’s a Brit).

Views about cash are personal and cultural. My husband, who grew up in the U.K., prefers cash over plastic for most everyday purchases. What we do agree on is the annoyance of coin. When we get it, we drop it into a giant Erdinger glass and feed our local Coinstar machine once a year.

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Topics: Credit Unions, banking, banks, contactless, digital

Tap and Go: How Contactless Cards Could be Shaping the Future

Posted by Keri Crane

Wed, Jan 30, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

Next-generation contactless cards are getting a lot of press these days. Contactless cards were unsuccessfully attempted years ago, but there are several reasons to believe that they will be a success over the coming years – from merchant and issuer adoption to increased security and quicker transaction times.

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Topics: banking, cards, credit cards, contactless

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