Cashless: Can Indonesia go Swish?
Assistant vice president, business strategy at Cogencis Information Services, Ltd.
Swedish people do not like to use cash. Credit and debit cards are preferred. When not using the card, a mobile app Swish built by its banks which allows customers to transfer money to each other via a phone number is employed.
Things have reached such a point that many shops refuse to accept cash and churches accept donations through card. Bank branches are visited scarcely. ...
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