Access to cash is dwindling. Horrible fact number one. Just as worrying, acceptance of cash is shrinking as more businesses – pubs, coffee shops and theatres – put up signs stating: ‘No pounds and coins, contactless payment only.’ Nasty fact
Despite a growing perception surrounding declining reliance and use of cash, recent studies show a much different picture. In reality, the payment landscape is becoming steadily more diverse – pulling in electronic and other payment options. While check payments continue
Like mushrooms after the rain the number of ATM machines inside the historic Old City of Dubrovnik has grown to abnormal levels. Every spare metre squared of shop front is blocked off with multi-coloured flashing machines causing one local to
With momentum building to ban cashless stores, a rough consensus seems to be emerging that the United States will never have the cashless society futurists have predicted for decades as first cards, then e-commerce, and now mobile payments took root.