Posted by Crypto Coins news on January 06, 2018 18:19:47We all know that Bitcoin and Ethereum are both crypto coins, but have you ever wondered what would happen if one were to use one to make cash or a bitcoin to buy a home?
It’s the future.
According to a new study, it could be the case that cash is the way to go.
Researchers from the University of Exeter have published a study in the Journal of Financial Economics that outlines a scenario in which cash could become the dominant form of cash for the foreseeable future.
The study, titled Cash and Cashless: Why Cash is the Future of Cash, looked at cash prices in London and the United States between 2000 and 2030.
It found that over the course of this period, cash prices increased by a whopping 4% per year, while prices for goods and services rose by only 2%.
What’s more, over this same period, the rate of inflation in both countries dropped by around 4%.
The study is a fascinating read, and I have to say, I find it very interesting that there is a lack of mainstream media coverage of the study.
However, it is important to note that this is just one of many studies that have looked at this topic.
There are several other studies on the subject, including a paper published last year that looked at how a cashless society would affect the economy, and one published earlier this year that examined how cash would be distributed.
The latter study, which was also funded by the US Treasury Department, looked into how the cashless economy would affect inflation.
As such, it’s important to keep in mind that this research does not mean that cashless cash systems will be a reality in the future, but that the potential exists to make it happen.
In fact, this is a very promising study to look at.
In short, the researchers looked at the impact of cashless transactions on the economy by looking at how the economy was affected by cashless payments.
The study found that cash would lead to more transactions, as well as less consumption, due to the reduction in cash transactions.
However, the study did not examine the impact that cash transactions would have on prices or employment.
The researchers only looked at two years of data, and they did not see a significant difference in the number of transactions or the growth of prices or wages.
This was because the study focused on the short term, rather than looking at the longer term.
In the long term, however, the authors did find a significant impact that occurred as a result of the introduction of cash.
According to the study, the number and growth of cash transactions increased by 3.5% per annum, while wages and prices increased 5%.
This was despite the fact that wages and salaries actually increased slightly over this time.
In other words, the increase in prices and wages did not necessarily mean that the economy actually expanded, as the researchers suggest.
In other words the study shows that a cash-based society would not necessarily lead to a reduction in prices.
However the researchers note that there are still some drawbacks to this method of growth.
According the researchers, one of the biggest drawbacks to the concept of cash is that it can be difficult to track the supply of cash, which can be very difficult for businesses and individuals to track.
There’s also the possibility that some of these transactions may not be legitimate, because the amount of money involved could be too small to make a dent in the economy.
The researchers also note that the cash-less approach is not a sustainable solution to the problem of money, and that the growth in the value of the value stored in the system could cause the price of goods and commodities to increase further.
This may be because the increase of the price and the value held in the money system can cause the value to be transferred from one asset to another.
The problem is that this can be a difficult and time consuming process.
In fact, the cash economy is also a big contributor to the debt burden on the global economy.
This is because it takes an enormous amount of capital to operate in a cash economy.
As a result, there’s an economic boom in the supply and demand for money.
However in order to make sure that this boom lasts, the banks need to borrow money.
It can be argued that this will lead to higher interest rates for consumers, businesses, and households, and therefore lead to inflation.
In addition, this can also cause a rise in interest rates in other sectors of the economy as well.
In order to prevent these problems, governments are forced to introduce new forms of money.
For example, the Bank of England, in an effort to combat inflation, introduced a new form of money called the Pound Sterling.
This new form is different from the traditional Pound, which is based on gold, silver, or copper.
The Pound Sterling is a currency that has no intrinsic value and is used to pay for the