May 11, 2017
Most definitions of the wallet refer to it as a pocket-sized case – typically made of leather or some fabric – for carrying money and cards. Historically, there is a broader interpretation where the money and cards can be replaced with articles of necessity, or as the classicist Campbell referred to it "a thing that you stocked with provisions."
For the sake of our discussion, we will freeze such articles as tokens for facilitating transactions, including but not limited to payments, and unrestricted by form factor or mediums.
The very definition of the wallet – literal or philosoph ...