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Waitrose branch goes cashless

Cashless payments have already overtaken the use of notes and coins, and it’s predicted that by 2024 just a third of consumer payments will use cash. With Waitrose opening the first cashless supermarket in the UK, could this spark the rest of the retail sphere to ditch hard currency too?

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