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Millennial Bar Lets People
Barter Items As Payment 
Bartering is seeing a resurgence among young people who are souring on consumer culture. A new bar in the trendy Wynwood neighborhood of Miami is letting its customers trade in vintage items in lieu of paying in cash. The bar will accept anything “that isn’t really used in modern society anymore, but still functions,” such as sports memorabilia, old watches or midcentury modern furniture. They can be traded for drinks, food or credit. 


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