We all see certain symbols and images in our heads when picturing institutions: a library may conjure thoughts of books and quiet signs, a pool swimsuits and lifeguards, a Walmart may invoke ride along scooters and Black Friday fights. Typically when we imagine a bank two images emerge: money and a vault. Emblazoned into our brains by portrayals in movies, tv and cartoons, the vault is the ultimate symbol of economic security: shut tight, under alarm, seemingly impregnable. But over in the real world, the world of digital currency exchange and now cashless vaults, is the bank still the only place your money is secure? Or have new options emerged to save the investor money? Kent talks about it!