We Can Never Replace Cash With a Digital Currency

Too many obstacles

The image shows a close-up of a gold coin, specifically the American Gold Eagle. On the obverse side, it features a rendition of Lady Liberty holding a torch and an olive branch, with a depiction of the Capitol building in the left background. The word “LIBERTY” is inscribed along the top edge, and the year of minting, which appears to be “2014”, is visible at the bottom right. This design is a famous work by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens and is highly regarded in the numismatic community.
A gold bullion coin

I live in a world of digital money. I mostly pay by credit card because I love that cash back. Very few bills are pulled directly from my bank. I don’t buy anything with cash.

I usually carry less than forty dollars in cash for tips or just in case some merchant’s credit…



Anthony (Tony/Pcunix) Lawrence
E³ — Entertain Enlighten Empower

Retired Unix Consultant. I write tech and humor mostly but sometimes other things. See my Lists if your interests are specific.