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Moving Toward a Cashless Society with Crypto Payments

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The need for easy, reliable, convenient, and safer payment techniques have created a need to utilize cryptocurrencies in our day-to-day transactions. It has become necessary for organizations to update themselves with regard to this change in the behavior of customers and adapt to the new norms, thus providing an array of choices to end consumers.

A number of digital payment service providers have also geared up to this change and have enabled their networks to support transactions involving Ether or Bitcoin. This adaptability will result in a huge jump in trading activity resulting in financial institutions acknowledging this trend sooner or earlier.

Customers all across the globe are becoming more dependent on digital payment options, from QR code payments to applications for mobile banking, particularly as mobile technology becomes more pervasive. Government-led initiatives to promote cashless societies have been a major contributing element; during the peak of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Countries like Singapore and the Philippines saw their central banks supporting the development of contactless payments. Because of this, consumption rates for digital payment systems have seen encouraging growth—up as much as 5,000 percent in the Philippines only.

Ease Of Financial Accessibility

Nowadays, billions of people all over the globe lack convenient access to even the most basic financial services, making it difficult for them to safely store or manage their money. The enormous difference between the rich and the poor is amply evident in periods of economic catastrophe, such as this year when the influence of COVID-19 on the world’s economies stunned them.

A third of the world’s population currently has no financial cushion to fall back on because of the lack of an accessible finance system, which has only been made worse by the worldwide pandemic. Yet, anyone who has access to a crypto wallet and internet access can send and receive cryptocurrency abroad without having to keep a certain amount of money in their account.

In the absence of conventional intermediaries like banks or brokerage firms, peer-to-peer transactions are carried out in cryptocurrency apps since they are built on decentralized blockchains. Because traditional cross-border transfer fees for modest amounts can be as high as 7 percent after accounting for intermediaries’ charges on both the sender and receiver side, this results in a substantial decrease in transaction fees. Whatever the amount of the transaction, cryptocurrency fees are sometimes less than 1 percent.

Besides straightforward transactions, recent advancements in the cryptocurrency industry offer a far more just financial system where the unbanked and underbanked will have more access to resources to build up their assets.

Even though some DeFi products, such as token possession and placing on a DEX, might be a little too sophisticated for this customer base at the moment, centralized decentralized finance (CeDeFi) solutions that are more easily understood and as financial literacy rises over time, more people will be able to take advantage of these encompassing wealth creation possibilities.

Transferring Crypto Knowledge To The Masses

A positive indication that customers are more technologically knowledgeable than ever is the increased acceptance of digital payment technology like fingerprints and QR codes. About 90 percent of those assessed in the Asia Pacific region stated they would think about at minimum one new payment method in the coming year. Together with new payment methods, the rise of retail investment and the doubling of trade activity over the previous year have changed the investment environment. Non-institutional traders who use dependable bitcoin trading software now have considerably easy accessibility to investing thanks to user-friendly systems like Robinhood and their well-known cryptocurrency competitors, like Coinbase.

Cryptocurrency initiatives, in particular, might benefit from allocating more funds to the production of educational resources to close the knowledge gap, whether in the form of manuals or thorough explanations. By doing so, adopting a more transparency-focused strategy that aims to dispel myths and guarantee that consumers are mindful of the hazards involved with crypto will let those people enter the field more confidently and with less difficulty.


Cryptocurrencies will not immediately take over the present financial system; rather, they will create their own ecosystem that is suitable for a new generation of financially literate, digital-first customers. While it may take some time for people to warm up to cryptocurrencies, emerging technology will eventually show its value by providing more accessible, affordable, and secure financial services to all.


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