The end of cash? Is that the future?

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E-money - is that our future means of payment?

The latest podcast episode of 'InsideR In - Wirtschaft &Finanzen.Mittendrin' is about the future topic of e-money. So it's about electronic money and is this the future ... and thus maybe the end of cash?
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Overview of e-money:

  1. E-money: what is it?
  2. E-money license? Are these banks?
  3. Consequences for cash and traditional banks
  4. Means of payment of the future?
  5. Insider Special: VIALET a provider with an e-money license, our experience
  6. Learnings and outlook  


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The end of the competition is November 30th, 2020. We will notify the winner.

If you want to find out more about our test of the VIALET account and the prepaid Mastercard, you can find our blog article here .

What is e-money?

Electronic money (e-money or e-money) is a digital alternative to cash. It enables users to make cashless payments with money stored on a card or phone or over the internet.

The EU rules on e-money aim to do this

  • facilitate the emergence of new, innovative and secure e-money services
  • enable new companies to access the e-money market
  • to promote effective competition between all market participants 

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