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Could The Selfie Be The New Face Of Paper Money? [Video]

Design

Narcissism may be the only way to keep physical currencies alive.

Ross Brooks
  • 7 april 2014

With the rise of convenient electronic transactions and cryptocurrencies that offer unprecedented anonymity, the declining popularity of physical currencies is a real occurrence. Artist Jonathon Keats has proposed that the only way to save dollars, pounds, and other national currencies is to emblazon them with selfies of the hardworking citizens that use that very same money each and every day.

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