Definition of cashless
: not having or involving cash; specifically : relying largely or entirely on monetary transactions that use electronic means rather than cash
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But many roads have tolls; some countries, such as Portugal, use automatic, cashless toll systems — but there is often a tollbooth option to pay with cash or a credit card.
The company’s boast isn’t a stretch, given India’s crackdown on cash over the past six months has left citizens and merchants searching for cashless payment...
Snark aside, DipJar seems like a fairly tidy solution for an increasingly cashless economy—much more so than scribbling an extra dollar on the tip line of a credit card receipt.
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