Square Cash Card Holders Get Creative with Custom Designs

Jun 28, 2017

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When Square started sending invitations for its customizable cash card last month, users began to wonder just how creative they would be allowed to be. Recode reported that censors would review every submission, and CEO Jack Dorsey’s design was hardly inspiring; the startup founder’s card consists of nothing more than “@Jack.”

But users jumped at the opportunity and submitted designs in force. Now, as more and more personalized cards arrive, they’re sharing their creations with the world. Searching #CashCard on Twitter reveals an art gallery’s-worth of signatures, sketches and more that Square’s users have come up with. Take a look at some of our favorites.

Wayne needs some more practice on his Dino etches:

This guy must’ve been feeling lucky when he designed this card:

Jeremy might have some trouble withdrawing cash in the great outdoors:

You had to be careful to get your design past Square’s censors. But apparently not too careful:

No word yet on whether this clever etch-a-code can break the bank:

Sometimes simplicity goes a long way:

This one’s just downright cute:

If you want a Cash Card of your own take a look at Square’s info page to learn more.

H/T: Mashable

Featured image of a personalized Square Cash Card courtesy of @OscarNLopez via Twitter.

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