Tag: Cashless

Thailand Wants To Go Cashless With PromptPay

Thailand may very well become the next country to go cashless if four of the state-run banks and several commercial institutions have a say in it. PromptPay, as this new solution is called, will serve as a national payment scheme. Customers will be able to send money using their national ID or mobile phone number. PromptPay is An Interesting Cashless Solution Various countries around the world are on the cusp …
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FestiPay Brings Cashless Payments To Multiple Romanian Festivals

Festivals seem the prime location to experiment with contactless payments. During these events, attendees want nothing more than to complete purchased quickly and in a convenient manner. FestiPay is a startup bringing cashless payments to five festivals in Romania later this year. Cashless Payments Make Sense For Festivals There is an argument to be made for embracing cashless payments during festivals. With so many people attending from various countries, the …
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Bitcoin is A More Viable Solution Than Going Cashless In Argentina

Going cashless seems to be of the utmost importance to some countries around the world for some reason. While it may make sense for some countries to do so, Argentina would not necessarily be on that list. Then again, the country wants to revamp the banking system, but what will that mean for Bitcoin? A Cashless Argentina Wouldn’t Solve The Problem One of the biggest problems the Argentine economy has …
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Going Cashless In Norway Means Giving Banks Complete Control

There are a few countries around the world where cash payments are slowly on the way out. Some people are much in favor of this decision, whereas others are wary of giving central banks, even more, control over people’s money by going cashless. The largest bank in Norway wants to put an end to cash transactions sooner rather than later, simply because cash is dangerous and offers no advantages. Pros and …
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