1. Cash be gone
The Telegraph reports that nearly 40
percent of the UK population believe they will not be using cash for
any purchases by the year 2025.
"More futuristic technology is also highly anticipated,"
The Telegraph's report reads. "More than a quarter
expect to be able to make payments with watches, wristbands or other
wearable technology, and 22pc think they will regularly use
their fingerprints to make payments."
2. Lyndon B. Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson set goes on sale September 3
Priced at $9.95, the set will be available for purchase beginning
Sept. 3 at noon Eastern Time.
Have a look at the set.
3. RCM ends Bird of Prey series
"The Royal Canadian Mint on Aug. 11 revealed that the series’
new 2015 coin celebrates the great horned owl, a large owl
native to the Americas, with a range spanning from the Arctic to South America."
4. Precious metals pricing
the following prices per ounce Monday at 3:36 p.m.:
5. Hot topics
Check out the three most-read stories of the last couple of days:
United States Mint sells nearly half of 2015
American $1 Coin and Currency sets on first day
$75 bingo hall purchase yields 1893 Barber dime
obverse die cap with full brockage of obverse on reverse
Have a look at the Enhanced Uncirculated 2015-W
Native American dollar: Something Social
6. Something social