Ditching paper: Which country will go cashless first?
Britain is becoming a "cash-second" nation. On Tuesday, Visa Europe said contactless payments in the U.K. soared by 11.5% in 2015, while boasting that point-of-sale spend had risen 9.6%. Kevin Jenkins, the firm's MD for U.K. and Ireland, even told Finextra that in five years' time cash will be seen as a "peculiar way of paying for things." His comment chimes