The buzzing campaign demanding that Harriet Tubman replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill was met with grave disappointment when the U.S. Treasury announced they’d meet the viral request by instead putting a woman on the less valuable $10 bill.
Answering to the public’s overwhelmingly reasonable request is money sharing app Square Cash, offering the incredible option to virtually send stacks of $20 bills with Tubman’s face on them—take that, Venmo.
This refreshing news came with the app’s recent announcement that they’ve officially become compatible with the Apple Watch, proving once again that we’re officially living in “the future.” The distant days of schlepping to the bank to withdraw physical bills are behind us; the era of hunting down some dried-out pen in the bottom of our desk drawers to write out a paper check is finally obsolete.
With Square Cash, you can easily pay back your friends Bond-style with a few simple taps to your Apple Watch, and send them currency starring one of the most important female American heroes in history. Progression is a beautiful thing, y’all, especially when it makes spending money a bit less painful.