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When cash enables democracy

Voters in the French primary were required to pay €2 in cash. La Poste earned a commission of €750,000 to process the coins.
by Guillaume Lepecq | Dec 02, 2016

Addicted to Mobiles, Except for Payments

Mobile usage is soaring, yet they are hardly ever used to make payments.
by Guillaume Lepecq | Nov 11, 2016

The Blessing of Cash

Cash is a blessing not a curse.
by Guillaume Lepecq | Sep 27, 2016

Cash is at the heart of Fintech

5 cash management solution providers ranked amongst the top 25 FinTech companies
by Guillaume Lepecq | Sep 09, 2016

Mobile payments will change the way we access cash

Many observers and payments experts have viewed mobile payments as the silver bullet to replace cash. Mobile handsets have become ubiquitous; the growth of m-commerce creates a natural market for m-payments; the handset can become a natural link between the physical and digital worlds. There are nonetheless several reasons why they are unlikely to replace cash.
by Guillaume Lepecq | May 30, 2016

I use cash, and I’m not a criminal

Politicians' argument against cash payments is flawed and will not prevent crime or the financing of terrorist groups.
by Guillaume Lepecq | Apr 18, 2016

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