Square Cash, released today in the United States, lets you send cash to anyone with an email address, simply CC the message to "firstname.lastname@example.org," and the recipient will receive the money in two business days or less.
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It appears that someone put decals on this $10 bill to pass it off as a $50. I’m sure most marks wouldn’t notice that Hamilton’s face is on the bill when it should be Grant, especially in another country where the currency is less familiar.
“I was met by fires in the streets, the screams of the dying tourists and the shouts of former traders offering sacrifices to their new gods…”
A yet-to-be-determined woman will replace Alexander Hamilton’s mug on the US $10 bill, according to Treasury Secretary Jack Lew.
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