Is this the beginning of the end for cash? Readers on the rise of digitised payments

We asked you about the UK’s declining cash usage and the difference it makes to your lives. Here’s what some of you said

What do barber shops, buses, street markets, shisha bars and grandchildren at Christmas all have in common?

They are some of the last hold-outs of the cash economy, small pockets of activity that still deal in notes and coins despite the surge in digital payment systems that threaten to drive cash out of business altogether.

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Source: the guardian
Is this the beginning of the end for cash? Readers on the rise of digitised payments