What does a cashless future mean? The Economist

Somewhere in the near future physical money will become like these relics of different age and will only be found in places like this in other words hard cash will disappear, it will become electronically transferred by things. like these so what’s the rush to get rid of cash and what’s the cost. Let’s face it money is cumbersome for consumers and banks need to mean the cash in Turpin bills to transport them in armored trucks Authority and secure votes you need to sort it at the tail as well operating in cash costs countries about 0.5 percent of their GDP every year but cost isn’t the only incentive to move towards a cashless future demand….

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