“Paper Or Plastic?” Soon To Be An Irrelevant Question

“Paper Or Plastic?” Soon To Be An Irrelevant Question

Paying by plastic will persist even in the face of the imminent digital payment revolution and will ensure counterfeit resilient cash.

Stephen Fortune
  • 18 april 2011

The days of ATM cards may well be numbered once NFC methods of payment are sufficiently diffuse in the customer base. However, that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to pay with plastic anymore if Canada’s recent monetary motions are anything to go by. The Bank of Canada will begin minting polymer based $100 bills this coming November, with the $50 bill due to transition in early 2012:

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