Machine accepts cards for tips

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As currency goes ever more digital, there have been a number of new technologies enabling quick transactions of small amounts, from contactless wristwatch payments to bill-settling with fingerprints. But does ditching loose change mean that customer service staff are losing out on tips? The DipJar aims to make sure that cardholders can still leave a gratuity. The device is a cylinder containing a card slot that can be placed at the point of sale at venues where a tip may be expected, such as a restaurant or hotel. Users insert their card, take it out and wait for the confirmation…

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