Cash Is No Longer King, But Bigger Changes May Be On The Cards

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Now that contactless card payments have overtaken coins and paper in popularity at the counter, cash is no longer king. Even the Church of England is relegating loose change to the backs of its patron’s sofas in a bid to keep up with the times.

In 2016 credit, debit and charge cards accounted for over 10-billion transactions - that’s 54 percent of the total transactions. Therefore... 

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