Harriet Tubman Won't Be Featured on the $20 Bill Just Yet. Here's a Look at Currencies That Already Feature Women.
While the U.S. features mainly white men, many countries highlight a more diverse range of people on their currencies.
Will Venezuela Be Able to Curb Its Hyperinflation?
Nicolás Maduro's government is taking desperate steps to try stop the bleeding in the country's economy.
Fare Money: Trapped on the Beijing Subway Without a Ticket
Public transportation passes are one of the most common forms of non-bank money that we interact with on a daily basis, but it’s easy—perhaps too easy—not to think of them as such, until something goes wrong.
What the IRS’s Ruling Means for Bitcoin and Other Digital Currencies
The recent notice is a surreal step that brings what was once an anarchist’s dream come true closer to being a tool of the state.
4 Conferences Happening in March and April That Are Worth Attending
From Literature and Physical Culture to Banknote 2014, academic gatherings you should be aware of.
How Digital Currencies Led to the Biggest Money Laundering Case Ever
And how Bitcoin is learning from the mistakes of those that came before it so it can avoid the same fate.
Everything Is Money: Does It Matter What Form Our Currency Takes?
The primary goal of money is to connect disparate individuals and groups, giving them a universal medium of exchange in the form of an object or symbol that all parties value.
What Comes After Bitcoin: The Future of Cryptocurrencies
Activism. Education. Publishing. Now it's time for the Internet to revolutionize our outdated banking system. Meet some of the cryptocurrencies vying for a spot in your digital wallet.
Forget Gold and Bitcoin: Kissing Is the New Currency
A cafe in Australia let's you buy a coffee with a kiss. Maybe they're on to something.
Greatly Exaggerated: Rumors of the Euro's 'Collapse'
With the pan-European currency trading in the middle of its historical range, perhaps the doomsayers should reduce their caffeine intake a bit.