Cryptocurrencies Are in Fixed Supply and That's a Problem
Economists have long known that fixed currencies tend to fall in value.
These Pacific Islanders Are Betting on a Seashell Currency Boom
The island of Malaita is one of the last places on Earth to trade shells. But locals believe they'll have the last laugh.
A Florida Artist Is Filling Hourglasses with the Dust of a Minimum Wage Salary
Representations of labor and time are ground into dust in Agustina Woodgate’s show, 'Power-Line.'
Here's One: Can "Flashing Money" Ever Be Art?
Artist Andrew Jeffrey Wright investigates the once and future trend.
Europe: The Final Countdown
How Brexit Is Already Screwing Over Young People
The UK hasn't even left the EU yet, but the fallout from the vote is already robbing millennials of their prospects.
Salma Haidrani and Yasmin Jeffery
Examining Australia's Weird Anger at the New $5 Note
It's not even a new note, just the old one with more wattle. But Twitter is blowing up, calling it "disgusting" and "vomit-like."
The Price of Art: Printed and Framed
Covet art at the price you are willing to pay.
5 Artists Who Deserve to Be on the New British £20
With Adam Smith on the outs, the Bank of England is seeking a visual artist for the new face of the £20 note.
The Creators Project
Cutting Presidents Out of Coins: Art or Anarchy?
And seriously, how did they do that?
Will 'BitchCoin' Offer Artists a New Way to Make a Living?
Artist Sarah Meyohas's project sounds like a conceptual cryptocurrency joke, but it's also a serious effort to challenge the current economics of the art world.
Cyriak's New Video Tells the Story of Capitalism with Loose Change
The story of life on Earth is co-opted by currency in the animated music video for Gong's "Occupy."
Earth's Genetic History Gets Pressed onto a Colorful Coin
The Cook Islands' new coin features a nanochip with pictures and text that summarizes the story of life on Earth.