July 17, 2019

Diginomics Grows: Days of Cash Limited as Digital Payments Increase

“Apple is betting that consumers want an even more convenient way to pay in person,” reports TechCrunch.com in its October 11 posting. “Apple Pay should provide digital currency (like Bitcoin) with a boost — it could be the killer app that digital currency has been waiting for.” Indeed, cash is slipping in its position as […]

Pay-by-Palm Closer Than You Think

Out of Sweden’s Lund University comes a development that promises to be a game changer in the ever-evolving world of diginomic payment systems. It’s a “pay-by-palm” system being developed and distributed by a biotech startup called Quixter. “Pay with your hand. Paying has never been quicker or more convenient,” Quixter’s homepage announces. Getting started at […]

Shopping in the Future: Diginomics in Full Swing!

Smartphones, tablets, Google Glass, mobile commerce — all abounding to abundance in an increasingly diginomic world. Smart refrigerators ordering fresh replacements, smart light bulbs that know when they will need to be replaced, even smart stores that know who you are and what your buying habits are upon your arrival with select coupons tailored to […]

DIGINOMIC ATMs NEXT GEN ROLL-OUT

The ubiquitous ATM machine is undergoing a major makeover that will make it a greater player in the world of digital economics than ever before. As we have noted in earlier posts how 2014-15 promises to be the transition period away from PINs and passwords, the new ATMs will lean more on biometrics. Teamed with […]

Diginomics Recognized in Spain

“DIGINOMICS” began here in Houston in 1998 (not the scientific technology, but the term itself) when it was first posted on the Internet. Do a web search, and you will find increasing global trending of the term, just as was originally desired. Now, there is a book that has been published by a couple of […]

More Diginomics Predicted for 2022

The Payments Council of England published a new report in August, “UK Payment Markets 2013,” that predicts what the “diginomic world” of 2022 may look like. Consumer card use to rise by 75% Cash payments will drop dramatically Consumer check payments will be virtually non-existent Direct deposits to grow by 20% Our primary interest in […]