Wikipedia ConspiraciesThis links to a page on wikipedia about the VeriChip. I chose it because there are several links nested within the article that explain the interesting conspiracies surrounding the cashless society.
Biometrics In PrisonsThis article gives some details about exactly how biometrics work in prisons in Florida. The article is out of Sarasota and is fairly informative.
VeriChip Official SiteHere's the official VeriChip site that explains some more uses and details of how the chip serves its customers.
IRS: Types Of FraudThis list on the IRS site isn't directly related to the topic, but I thought it was interesting that nearly all these types of fraud could be eliminated in a cashless society.
Interesting PatentHere's a patent for a barcode tatoo in invisable ink that was filed in 1996. Sounds like the future is getting a little nearer.
US TreasuryThe Official US Treasury site where anyone who found my little history of American money page inadequate can learn some more abou how our dollar came to be.
Official Moneo SiteIf you speak french or have a good translator you can learn all about the moneo card strait from the source.
Moneo ArticleHere's a CNN article about how the Moneo card is performing in a scattershot manner.