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Cash is Dying. Where does Electronic Money Go?
This week has been crazy with the launch of Twypcash, but more and more banks are adding to the payment without card and smartphone, either by accessing the payment through platforms or other agglutination like Android Pay.
The news is that the Dutch bank will allow us to take money from thousands of Spanish businesses, like Shell or day (pay with your phone, and if you want, you pay a higher amount to your purchase and the rest you return it in cash).
This cashback system already exists in countries like England and other UK members also in Kenya, where they have been paying with the mobile for almost ten years.
Developing countries open arms to virtual money
M-Pesa was born in Kenya as a platform to save and transfer digital money, and since it opened in 2008 it has been extended to use by 78% of the local population, 23 million of customers in constant growth, as well as the number of telephones among the population, grows.
It is the paradigmatic example, but these services are also seen in countries such as Somalia, Côte d'Ivoire, Uganda or China. Only in 2015 have 255 new mobile transfer services been launched in countries (especially among the underdeveloped) of all continents.
The experts did not foresee their success, defrauded as they were of the failure of the virtual purses in Western countries, but in these years they have realized that this economical alternative had to arrive.
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