My first memory of cash comes from my birthday. I think it was the 5th or 6th birthday and I remember very vividly, cash being given to me in lieu of gifts. This cash was kept by my mother for safekeeping. Those were the good ol’ memories of cash. I wrote about Cash is Evil […]
Rent Comparision. Came across this data-sheet, from Numbeo and WalletWyse. Just a beautiful piece fo work show the various cities of the world and the average cost of renting an apartment in these cities. Click to enlarge.
A lot many of my colleagues are presenting the argument that Cash is Evil. Cash is Dead. Cash is a Menace to Society. I beg to disagree. Whilst I do agree the obsolescence factor has come into play, one can hardly call it game over. Cash is not evil. It has been made evil, because […]
Allow me to give a simpler example, of how the US pays other countries and vice versa. Let’s say you are three friends, and each friend will be designated as a country, make belief of course. Harry (UK) Tom (US) Lucy (Germany) So the three friends decide to all buy a register. A ledger if […]
When things start to get tough financially, the stress that can follow can be difficult to cope with. From monetary stress to a low mood when you can’t afford to do what you love, coping when things get tough can be a struggle. While Uncle Buck payday loans can help you in the case of […]
I present to you the following scenario. Day 1: Single IOU Let’s say you walk into your bank in America and present $ 100,000 to the bank, and ask them to make a Cashier’s Cheque for you. No problem they say! The teller types one up, and charges you $ 10 extra for it and […]
ICO + Smart Contracts + Real-Estate There are many ways to utilize an ICO for a real-estate backed project. In the early days of this whole blockchain revolution, real estate was always touted as one of the main use cases for it. When Hyperledger first came out – in the initial days when both the […]
If you hand a friend a crisp $20 bill, you don’t need to inform the IRS about it, but more substantial cash gifts have to be reported if you don’t want to be audited. So, how much money can you send to a relative overseas or even give to your children before the IRS is […]