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Definitely, no. It will no longer be business as usual in the banking system. Digitalization has brought with it, a very safe and easy way to transact bank businesses. This will surely affect the banks and their owners and employees, but I doubt if there is anything any country can do to stop it without seeming archaic and left behind.
added by Anonymous 3 days ago 5    0

This is true,and now that the government has imposed a tax on all cash transactions in the banks,many citizens will now opt for the digital alternative. Banks are set to collapse.
added by Anonymous 4 days ago 6    0

Obviously it is true because now days we move with our banks in the pocket no need to go back in banks there time is out now. Workers should look for another option.
added by Anonymous 4 days ago 7    0

Definitely, no. It will no longer be business as usual in the banking system. Digitalization has brought with it, a very safe and easy way to transact bank businesses. This will surely affect the banks and their owners and employees, but I doubt if there is anything any country can do to stop it without seeming archaic and left behind.
added by 1000851268 5 days ago 5    0

The digital transactions are affecting the banking sector
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Am sensing a great wind blowing the banking sector due to the new innovation in the financial system, if the transactions will be less of cash will the banks still offer their services because people have been going to banks to aquire loans and withdraw cash, but when people come to realize that this new system is easy and safe they will no longer use banks, that's where the worry comes from, will the banks still stand and operate in that situation.

How do you vote?

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