COVID-19 Has More People Going Cashless

With public worrying about the COVID-19 virus, the use of cash has increasingly limited over the last several months. Most Americans are choosing to go completely cashless. The Denver Post reported:

Many businesses, particularly restaurants, in Colorado and across the nation have gone cashless amid the pandemic to cut down on contact points between the customer and service provider. Try spending a $100 bill these days and more than a few retailers will politely ask you to put that strange looking greenback away and insert your card in the chip reader. (Or tap it, for those with even more advanced credit cards.)


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