This is just a good blog post to read. Plain and simple, it flows perfectly and it feels as if the author is providing honest and useful information about a real situation: we are going towards a cashless society. The post provides interesting tips related to how to secure digital payments and still, after reading it, we feel yet again insecure about virtual money. Call us old fashioned —perhaps the fact that our credit cards have been several times cloned keeps us in the good old days—, but we are reluctant to place all our eggs in the same basket. Could we just keep cash running for at least the next 40 years?
Cash to Cash-free: Best Practices for Digital Payments
Cash-free economies are nothing new. When was the last time you carried cash? Hard currency? Maybe a few coins or dollars here or there, but most transactions are made via payment cards. And now, with the rise of digital payment platforms, paying digitally is becoming more commonplace.
While this shift is global, one country is experiencing a currency revolution. India is feeling the pressure to go cashless and embrace digital payment technologies … Keep reading the original blog post here