Posts Tagged ‘Currency’

Bitcoin is not money—yet

Bitcoin is not money—yet

A fairly obscure case in the Miami-Dade County Circuit Court speaks volumes about the role of Bitcoin in the national consciousness—in both the rapt attention it received from techies and privacy zealots and the [...]

What the strong U.S. dollar means for you

What the strong U.S. dollar means for you

by: Caitlin White The U.S. dollar is stronger today than it has been over the last few years. What does that mean? When we talk about the U.S. dollar being stronger, it’s [...]

Teaching financial literacy

by. Sandy Pitkethly In late July, Tim and I attended the National Youth Involvement Board (NYIB) Conference in San Diego. The NYIB focuses on financial education for youth, primarily school-aged kids and teenagers. With Young &[...]

Platform Shift in the Making

What does the banking industry as a whole have to do with Amazon, Microsoft and Apple? Just about nothing—and down the road, it may turn into a major problem (if it isn’t already). [...]

Opportunity Cost: Online v. In-Branch Currency Exchange

by Evan Shelan, CEO, I’m often asked by those new to exchanging currency where to begin the sales process: online or in-branch. Many financial institutions are currently attempting to control costs by [...]

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