Whether your wallet is tucked into your pocket, thrown in your purse, or a swipe away on your smartphone, the way you handle your money has an effect on your actions - whether intentional or not. Today, Pankaj Sharma, Global Lead, Wallets, Product & Commercialization, Visa Direct at Visa and Ani Sane, Co-Founder & Chief Business Officer of TerraPay, sort through what digital wallets are, what digital wallet usage means for our spending habits, and if cash will even be around in 20 years. We hope you enjoy this fascinating new episode of Money Travels, brought to you by Visa.
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Juniper Research Ltd, Digital Wallets – Accelerating to a Cashless Society, 2021, https://www.juniperresearch.com/whitepapers/digital-wallets-accelerating-to-a-cashless.