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Scrip Allows You to Feel Your Digital Cash Whether You Spend

Everything turns into digital nowadays, from pets, music, to money. Scrip offers tangible product for your digital money. Yes, even money changes from bills to cards, coins, and chips. Money is changing, so your physical money also turns into digital dollars.

Scrip is a universal cash device, it functions just like ATM that you can load it with money from smartphone, bank account, or an ATM. It is designed to turn off your impulse buying behavior by pushing the right psychological buttons in your brain that usually physical cash triggers. This little device would give you a real feed back of how much money you have spent or received, bringing back a visceral feeling to an intangible number.

Designer : NewDealDesign

Scrip - The Tangible Future of Digital Cash by NewDealDesign

Scrip - The Tangible Future of Digital Cash by NewDealDesign

When you’re about to pay for something, simply move your thumb over Scrip away from your body, it’s a gesture as if you’re counting your money. Denominations would physically ripple to the surface, adding tangibility. This interaction can slow instantaneous transactions, switching something in your brain to hold back your spending as you physically feel gaining or losing money. It’s a new way to insert human experience into digital cash. Scrip aims to bridge the gap between convenience of digital and the need of physical, it helps to bring back fiscal responsibility into your hands.

Scrip - The Tangible Future of Digital Cash by NewDealDesign

Scrip - The Tangible Future of Digital Cash by NewDealDesign

Scrip - The Tangible Future of Digital Cash by NewDealDesign

Scrip Allows You to Feel Your Digital Cash Whether You Spend is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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