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A tender subject: what’s the cost of Sweden’s cashless society?
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Published by perma book, About this Item: perma book, M, very good , mystery novel, paperback, Seller Inventory More information about this seller Contact this seller 8. About this Item: Perma. In order to keep inflation rates stable, the government must produce enough new money annually to account for this loss or else risk economic disaster. Which leads to the next point…. All the more pennies towards public services like schools and road repairs, right?
Holding hard cash in a bank branch costs valuable resources, retail space, and ironically, cash. Vaults, security, admin, personnel, electricity bills… the costs all add up. And more often than not, those costs end up getting passed back to the consumer one way or another. Physical theft and heists could be deterred in a cash-free world, as thieves would struggle to sell stolen valuables via traceable online transactions.
Furthermore, an absence of banknotes would prevent the practice of money laundering that previously allowed criminals to spend stolen money. What a cash-free society fails to account for, is that some people would be inherently screwed in the event of a card-only world. Much like the elderly who may experience difficulties getting online or accessing smartphone banking, very young children who are unlikely to have the responsible faculties to own and manage an account with bank card, but nevertheless might occasionally wish to handle small amounts of money for candies and playground bartering … Pogs, anyone?
More seriously is the impact the change could have on the homeless and destitute. With many contactless payment forms requiring access to smartphone apps in order to use them and a fixed address with which the user needs to register their account and for shipping, those living under the radar may find themselves in an increasingly desperate position. Following a well-meaning trip to the ATM, many visitors to Sweden are surprised by the apparent worthlessness of the money in their wallets when they try to spend it at restaurants and stores.
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Since standard bank charges for withdrawals and transactions can make constant card payments an inconvenient and costly way to spend money on holiday, tourists have traditionally opted to use cash as a way minimize these foreign currency buying costs, by withdrawing large amounts at one time. The knock-on effect in a card-only country could be a drop in the economic revenue that tourism supplies. Adrian Drott, a year-old video game designer from Gothenburg, is one such millennial-age citizen who sees sense in the dual-tender argument. It makes sense to have both in case of emergencies.
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