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I've read elementary school newspapers with better content!
Totally useless article. Did the writer ever think that not everyone have access to a computer and be online? Not everyone carry smartphones either. So I really can't see how we can go totally cashless if not everyone in the nation or the world can do so.
Very stupid article.
No currency... electronic only?
Does that mean everytime I buy or donate or lend it will be part of a record?
Also, will my whereabouts at the time of the transaction be pinpointed?
Sounds familier, but I wish we could see more good things coming to mankind from this new technology. This all seems more like controlling the masses. Hope I'm wrong.
This article is moronic. I was going to say this article is 4th grade material but even that's giving too much credit. geez what a waste of time & energy
When Americans on welfare get their checks, formula and diapers are among their first purchases.
If they are on welfare, why are they having children in the first place?
If we give the banks control of every single cent we have to our name (no more cash just plastic) and they don't get their demands met (no matter what they are) all they have to do is flip a figurative switch and you don't have a dime to your name and no way to get any. Do you really want them to have more theiving control than they already have?
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