Monday, September 23, 2013

The Consequences of Living in a Cashless Society

According to this story, there's a shortage of ATMs in Sweden.

Living in a cashless society is fine — unless you want cash, as citizens of Sweden have discovered. Then just try and find an ATM.
Ice News reports that Sweden now has the second-lowest ATM:population ratio in the EU, with an averate of 3.2 machines per 10,000 people.
On the other hand, the company is one of the highest ranking countries for non-cash payments. A recent report said the country potentially could be entirely cash-free by 2030.
Don't forget to check out ATMs for Amateurs by Josef Toth

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