Diginomics

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“Diginomics” is a word Wally Wood first coined in 1998 meaning “digital economics.” In 1974, Wally published his first book, Cashless Society: A World Without Money, in which he predicted the evolution of a digital economic system in the 21 century that would oversee every financial transaction. Nearly 10 years later, the Internet went public. ~ Diginomics Central website

“Few people realize that money, in the traditional sense, has met its demise. In its place is an entirely new form of money based, not on metal or paper, but on technology, mathematics, and science. This new megabyte money is creating a new and different world wherever it proceeds.”
~ Joel Kurtzman, The Death of Money (1993)


Presented here are links and features of a growing global trend toward a totally Diginomic World. For even more information, visit TheDiginomicsEra.com.

  • Banking Trends — this nearly 11 minute video on YouTube shows the growing commitment to a world where money as we know it is transformed to an all-digital economy “within the next ten years” (2020).




NATIONS TRENDING TOWARD CASHLESS SOCIETIES:

  • South Korea moving towards cashless society (2:27) – April 2017 –
  • Denmark heads for cashless society (3:00) – January 2016 –
  • Welcome to Cashless Sweden (2:49) – November 2014 –
  • Germany Supports Cashless (5:02) – May 2015 –
  • What China‘s nearly cashless society looks like (3:19) – October 2017 –
  • Going Cashless in India (4:17) – August 2017 –

BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE:

  • Bloomberg: How Close Are We to a Cashless Society? (1:37) – August 2017 –
  • Who benefits when a business goes cashless? (2:51) – July 2017 – CBS This Morning –
  • The benefits of getting rid of cash (2:00) – September 2014 – The Economist
  • “The Power Of Going Cashless” (2:06) – NBC Nightly News – December 2017 –
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