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The people to know who know about money

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How to find eye-popping data about money.
  • John Detrixhe
By John Detrixhe

Future of finance reporter

Published Last updated on This article is more than 2 years old.

Want to know how much the US spends each year on its notes and coins? (More than $1 billion.) Percentage of South Koreans’ non-cash transactions? (Around 86%.)

There’s no shortage of information about money. A good place to start is Quartz. If you’ve read our articles, charts, interviews, and essays on the future of cash and still want more, you’ve come to the right place. Below is a highly curated list of resources you can turn to if you want to stay on top of this fast-moving topic. Ready to go further down this rabbit hole? Follow us.

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