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David Wolman helps you understand the ongoing “money revolution,” that leads to a future in which digital and alternate currencies are the norm and physical cash becomes obsolete.
Cash is one of history's most powerful and enduring technologies—but are its days are numbered? In his popular book, The End of Money: Counterfeiters, Preachers, Techies, Dreamers--and the Coming Cashless Society, David argues that technology is redefining how we spend, save and transact. As we increasingly pay with apps on our phone and transfer funds digitally, David’s provocative outlook on the advancement of currency offers a fascinating look into the future of money as we know it.
With illuminating stories drawn from his globetrotting quest to understand where money is going, David addresses new challenges for e-commerce, demystifies the world of virtual currencies like Bitcoin, and delves into the economic implications of mobile ubiquity and human psychology.
On stage, David blends the narrative skill of a novelist with the questioning sensibilities of an investigative journalist to enlighten audiences with anecdotes, observations, and assertions about the evolution of money and what currency will look like in the future.
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David is a master story teller and engaged us in a both his own journey to understand the role of physical money and to help us envision a world without cash! It provoked a great discussion about all aspects of our marketing mix and the emerging digital world in which we live.
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