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Should all stores accept e-money? The cashless economy keeps going on in some countries.

It's true it's useful. But if there will be no cash, I'm afraid it will make the sence of money blurry and I'll spend so much money. So I'll be needed to take full responsibility for my action about money than before.

Now the cashless economy keeps going on in Japan, but it's not enough. I want to know whether the cashless economy is good for us.

Do you agree the cashless economy?

May 25, 2019 12:33 AM
Comments · 5
Thank you for your comments. It's interesting to know your country's trends.
May 25, 2019
Cash or money is the power showing how much you may purchase in the market. A simple way to show the capacity is the amount of savings in the bank account.  Cashless trading has been playing a key role in many parts of our everyday life in Australia for a few years. I am convicted that such a trend of using plastic currency/money will become increasingly more popular in more countries in the future decades. 
May 25, 2019

Going cashless is safer. If you have no cash in your wallet and someone stole it, they have no way of getting access to your money. Even if they manage to get into your credit card, the credit card company will detect the fraud and stop the person from using your money. My bank doesn’t even allow me to make big purchases using my credit card without calling them to let them know about it.

Personally, I have no problem with self-control when it comes to debit or credit. I don’t think of cashless methods of payment any differently than I think of cash.

May 25, 2019
It is more convenient for some people who do not like to bring cash with them. In China, people just bring their phones and use wechat to pay for everything. Self-control would depend on the individual of course. I prefer cash and using cash in most of my transactions. Cashless for me means it is easier to spend money.
May 25, 2019
it's market. cashless pay system just more comfortable
May 25, 2019
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