Plastic money is in and small change is out!

How we use money is always changing…

(The Penny has been a part of Sterling for centuries)

Goodbye to coppers?

The end of ‘paper’ money?

 
(The Australian Dollar was the first currency to use polymer)
(Will cash soon be a thing of the past?)

Saying goodbye to cash altogether?

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Which country will join the Euro next?

Which country will join the Euro next?

The Euro has come a long way since the first 11 countries joined the club on the 1st January 2001. The last new country to join was Lithuania who gave up the Litas at the start of 2015. All EU member states except Denmark are required to adopt the Euro

What does ‘Open Banking’ actually mean?

What does ‘Open Banking’ actually mean?

Take a quick look at your LinkedIn newsfeed and you’ll see a range of buzzwords and hollow industry-specific phrases that can have a hundred different meanings. (We’re thinking ‘Elevator pitch’ and ‘Blue-sky thinking’ here.) Sometimes though, there are terms that are 100% genuine (even if they sound a bit trivial).

Plastic money is in and small change is out!

Plastic money is in and small change is out!

How we use money is always changing… From bartering to using coins, writing cheques, introducing banknotes, ending the gold standard….the way society uses money has always been evolving. History is dotted with turning points where the key method of making payments has changed. Right now we are once again at

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