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e-cash

 (ē′kăsh′)
n.
Money available as an electronic account, used in internet commerce.
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While bitcoin and eCash were digital currency focused, blockchain has evolved well beyond to address a multitude of industry and enterprise challenges.
Inspired Gaming Group, a UK-based company that offers Open Server-Based Gaming (Open SBG) technology and analogue and Open SBG machines, has announced entering into an international distribution contract with ecash, an Australian payment solutions specialist.
eCash (ex 12), for its part, made use of 'coins' stored on the consumer's hard disk, identified via specific serial numbers digitally signed by the issuing bank.
University Hospitals is implementing the InfoGenesis POS(TM), eMenu, eCash and Hospitality Analytics solutions by Agilysys.
The first is Ecash (3840), which listed on TSE Mothers on March 12.
My vote goes to ECash Direct - the firm that thankfully no longer handles the balances of Hills' poker clients.
Cash is collected by an internationally regulated banking system, Ecash, with all site owners being registered outside British shores.
Systems like eCash, PayPal, BillPoint, Smart Cards and PowerWallet are being used by various e-commerce companies for online financial transactions.
DigiCash, a pioneering firm in the field, declared bankruptcy in 1998 and sold its 16 patents and its domain name to eCash Technologies.
In a cash-like transaction over the Internet the payment may be done by a variety of mechanisms, some of which include electronic money such as eCash [1], micropayments, like those of IBM [4] and electronic purses, such as that of Mondex [8].
Founder and former CEO of DigiCash David Chaum was a pioneer in the field who recently reinvented himself with eCash Technologies after DigiCash filed Chapter 11.
(245.) See, e.g., eCash Technologies, Information for New eCash Issuers <http://www.ecashtechnologies.com> (allowing for the exchange of ecash payment for goods and services while maintaining security and anonymity for users); David Chaum, Privacy Technology, in PROC.