FourFourSeconds ago, we reported that Florida State University students would be able to get to grips with the state’s exchange marketplace, as they have been for many years.
Now, it looks like we have a glimpse at what is in store for the first batch of students.
The Florida Keys Times reports that Florida is set to launch its exchange marketplace for foreign exchange at the end of March.
It is unclear if the exchange will be free of charge, or if the state is simply offering it for students to use.
The exchange is similar to the one the state runs for purchasing goods and supplies.
Students can register online and pay with a debit card, which is accepted in almost every country in the world.
Students also have access to a range of services, including a bank account, a credit card, and a PayPal account.
Florida has also been experimenting with other payment options for years.
Students are only required to send their US currency to their bank accounts.
The state has been testing this exchange service for several years, and it is still not yet fully operational.
It has been an option for many students to get a handle on foreign exchange, which can be a significant barrier for some people who may not have access or know where to get it.