Cashing Out

Retailers Switching to All-Digital Transactions Must Brace for Change

Cash is no longer king. In 2018, for the first time ever, the number of global ATMs decreased. Around the world, countries and retailers are launching monetary projects to become entirely digital. Yet for all the efficiencies that might be gained, organizations must deal with technological limitations, increased privacy concerns and customers unable or unwilling to make the leap.
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