Today we’re asking GTNews readers to participate in our poll on a cashless society.
The future of cash has inevitably been up for debate in recent years. With many card payments now contactless and a growing number of consumers and businesses worldwide weaning themselves off cash almost entirely, there’s no doubt that there’s been a shift towards greater digitalisation of payments. But are consumers and companies ready to flush cash from the payments system completely?
Take our readers quiz below to submit your answers on the future of cash.
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