China, Sweden and now England lead the global push towards a cashless society. The United States, on the other hand, is putting on the brakes.
A law requiring most businesses to accept cash payments, signed into action by Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney late last February, will make the city the first to largely ban cashless stores in the United States.
Today on All Sides, where the nation stands when it comes to going cashless.
- Christian Hetrick, Consumer reporter, Philadelphia Inquirer
- Brett Scott, economist, former broker, and the author of 2013 book “The Heretic's Guide to Global Finance: Hacking the Future of Money”