The Future Of Money

The Future Of Money
Dan Gould
  • 4 june 2008

Students at the Royal College Of Art were given the task of designing the future of money after physical currency disappears. The challenge was how to physically represent a now ethereal process, or value transaction that has so much impact on our lives? The projects examines diverse ideas ranging from privacy concerns to the true ethical cost of products and services. Some chose to create elaborate fictional scenarios while others designed specific devices to facilitate the exchange of money.

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