Europe continues to see rapid adoption of emerging payment technologies as consumers in digitally savvy countries like Sweden and the UK continue to drive adoption of methods like contactless across the region. In our latest infographic we take a look at what the latest numbers tell us about the evolution of payments in the region and what they tell us about the future of cash, cards and contactless.
Find out more about what’s next for Europe on The Bancorp’s Finetics™ Studio series where you can access more insights from some of the sharpest minds in payments and financial technologies.
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