The revelation that the Delhaize Shop & Go in the European Parliament refuses to take cash might not seem a big deal. But it matters.
This endorsement of cashless-ness is happening in the heart of the EU political system that votes on legislation impacting the 447.7 million inhabitants of the European Union.
To read more Brussels Signal commentary on what a cashless world might mean click here.
Belgian supermarket chain Delhaize has denied that one of its shops operating within the European Parliament in Brussels is breaking the law by refusing to accept cash payments for goods. https://t.co/DDmpZ89osI
— Brussels Signal (@brusselssignal) August 3, 2023