“Diginomics” is a term originally coined by Wallace R. Wood of Houston in 1998, that means “digital economics” in its original context. In more recent years, the term has been enhanced to include the universal digitization of the global economy specifically and overall digital lifestyles at-large.
Specialties: The Cashless Society; the Digital Economy; friction-free economics; cybercurrencies; e-cash; electronic banking; point-of-sale (POS) transactions; electronic payments; RFID; mobile technologies; globalization; and more.
“Diginomics, the digital economy, has changed the field of play completely. It creates enormous opportunities for new business startups. And major risks for established companies.”Stralfors, Sweden
“With the emergence of a digital economic system that is globally prevalent, this new revolution has begun to be recognized as Diginomics, or Digital Economics. Advances in Diginomics have paved the way for the emergence of many third party organizations that offer digital means of bill payment, money transfer, etc in the form of e-wallets.”BANKBAZAAR.COM (India)