Thursday, January 17th, 2019  |  2:18 PM

A Conservative Newspaper Promoting,
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

Subscribe Now: Get your own copy of The US Journal

Canada Moves Closer to Cashless Society With Digital MintChip Currency

Written By: Alex Newman  |  Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Used by permission of The New American

            As free market-based digital currencies like Bitcoin and e-gold continue to gain traction around the world, the government of Canada responded with the "MintChip," an electronic payment system touted by authorities as "better than cash" and the "evolution of currency." Critics of the scheme, however, were not so enthusiastic about the accelerating march toward a cashless society.        

Sign into your account to read the rest of this article. »

Share this on Twitter  |  Share this on Facebook  |  Email to a friend.  |  Contact the editor.

What are your thoughts?

Want to read more of this article?

You must be a subscriber to read entire articles.

Gain 24/7 access to all the content on this website by becoming a subscriber.
Choose your subscription plan and get full access in minutes. Subscribe now. »

If you are already a subscriber, sign in now to read more full articles.

More World News

How to End the Gaza Tragedy

Uganda's President Leads in National Repentance

Scottish Independence Vote Holds Important Lessons - And Possibilities

Ethanol Mandates Plague Developing Countries with Rising Food Prices

Negotiations - or War with Iran?

How Many Muslims are Terrorists?

Swiss Military Preparing for EU Meltdown Scenario

In Spain and Elsewhere: Separatism Is Alive and Well

Japan's Private Highway Makes a Profit without Government Help

Welcome to the Great Depression-Greece