Monthly Archives June 2019

By 2050, traveling would be the past time of dinosaurs

The last time you got in a car, or endured a 10-hour transatlantic flight cooped up in a tiny seat, why did you do it? Why did you get up at foolish o’clock on a Monday morning to go and camp out in rush-hour traffic? It’s the same reason that a nomad gets on his […]

Death by a billion transfers; the immortality of cash is exaggerated

‘Cash is king,’ so says the famous adage. But digital payments have been waging and winning a silent war against cash for years, but nobody seems to be noticing. We all say that cash can’t be knocked off, but we are so wrong because if you expected a bloody revolution where digital payments overtake cash […]