When asked about London buses going cash free from today Dave Hobday, Managing Director of Worldpay UK, the country's leading payment processing company has said the move is part of a wider shift.
We're on the cusp of a seismic shift in shopper behaviour, and predict that everyone from farmers markets to buskers will go cashless.
Contactless kills queues and means businesses never lose a sale during peak times.
Ten years ago around 25% of journeys were paid for with cash, but now it's less than 1% .
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