The world will soon have a digital cash economy, with the introduction of a new type of digital currency: a tactical wallet.

According to an announcement by the UK-based company Tactical Wallet, this new form of payment is expected to be ready in 2019.

The wallet is a fully self-assembling device that allows a user to hold cash for an unlimited amount of time, rather than requiring a wallet that is physically attached to their body.

The Tactical Wallet team claims that this will help the UK to become the first country to introduce a cashless society, with it being able to reduce the cost of a transaction for the country’s people.

However, many of the company’s backers are sceptical about the firm’s claims and have expressed concerns that it will cause an increase in crime and a potential rise in inflation.

“Our team have worked hard to design and create a safe, secure and convenient wallet that offers the best of both worlds, so our team has been very careful to ensure we have taken the necessary steps to ensure the Tactical Wallet wallet can be used safely and securely,” Tactical Wallet’s founder and CEO, Peter Faget, said in a statement.

“The first iteration of the Tactical wallet will be available in 2019, but we are excited to be able to offer the full product line to our customers in 2019.”

Faget is a self-proclaimed “fringe economist” who claims to be a “citizen economist” after studying the workings of the financial system.

He told New Scientist that the Tactical Blockchain is the first of its kind in the world, saying that it would allow for the “first time in history” that money is “transferred in a way that has never before been possible.”

He explained that the system would allow people to send their cash in increments of $5,000, which could be exchanged for goods or services.

He said that this would enable people to save money for their everyday expenses, such as buying groceries, as well as being able “to keep a constant balance of cash”.

However, he said that there was a potential for the TacticalWallet to be abused by criminals, who may try to “rob the wallet and make a profit”.

“We will never know what they may try with the funds they may make, but the Tacticalwallet wallet will help us keep track of them and they will not have the option of using it to fund other criminal activities,” he said.

“There are a lot of ways for criminals to make money off of a person’s money, but it is never safe to have that option available to a person in the UK.”

According to Fagett, this “first generation” of the technology could be useful in some cases, but not in others.

“In some cases it is safe and convenient, but in others it is not.

This is a bit like an ATM, where you could get your money in the morning, but you would have to go out and spend it in a shopping centre the next day,” he explained.

Fagett added that the team would continue to work on the product, but that they would only offer it to the UK, with plans to launch in other countries in the coming years.

“We have a very clear vision of what the future holds, but our work in the field of cryptocurrency and decentralised applications is not done yet.

It is a really exciting time and we look forward to working with you, our fans, on our journey,” he concluded.