We are witnessing a period of unprecedented change in money. How we pay each other, how we store and exchange value and how we keep account of our monetary obligations are all likely to change.
But the evolution of money has always gone hand-in-hand with shifts in human history and civilisation. New forms of money will impact our social interactions, our work organisations and our political systems as well.
New Money Review aims to explore these trends objectively, independently and in an accessible way.
Our website’s content is organised according to the four textbook definitions of money: unit of account, medium of exchange, means of payment and store of value.