In the United Kingdom, over

8 million

people would struggle to cope

in a cashless society

(Access to Cash Review, Mar 2019)

In Mexico,

63% of people

rely on cash

(World Bank, 2018)

In the United States of America,

83%

of small business owners say they
will never stop accepting cash
(Square, 2019)

In 2016, consumers

in the eurozone made

124 billion

cash payments

(ECB, 2017)

In Spain, cash is used in

87%

of all point-of-sale transactions

(European Central Bank, 2017)

In New Zealand,

40%

of people prefer cash for small transactions

(Bank of New Zealand, 2019)

In Germany, cash payments are

7 seconds

faster than card payments with PIN entry

(Deutsche Bundesbank, Feb 2019)

In Greece, cash is used for

88%

of point of sale payments

(Access to Cash Review, 2019)

Americans use cash for

30%

of all transactions in 2017

(Federal Reserve, Nov 2018)