Article preview: Could the coronavirus crisis speed up an inevitable cash decline? According to new research from UK cash machine network LINK, more of us are using contactless and digital payments during the coronavirus crisis. Almost three-quarters of us think that the pandemic will affect the future use of cash. Cash use was already in decline before the crisis, with growing numbers of consumers turning to other payment methods.
Cash in decline as spending habits change
This 410-word blog post looks at new research from UK cash machine network provider LINK which points to continued decline in the use of cash during the coronavirus pandemic. Written on 29th April 2020.
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