In the last 6 years 60% of ATMS in Australia have disappeared with fewer than 6,000 remaining. Digital cash inevitable?

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Tweet reads: The reality of a cashless society appears inevitable with terrifying implications for government overreach. In the last 6 years 60% of ATMS in Australia have disappeared with fewer than 6,000 remaining.

“Once the government gets control of our money and then they combine that with Medicare. When they combine that with ATO. And all of our digital ids altogether. All of that is going to be put together and integrated into one digital pass. So your money, your id everything is going to be in one place.

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