2030: the year payments died

Monoova
March 10, 2021

Monoova presenting at Intersekt Festival

In 1666, the first European bank note was issued by the newly founded Central Bank of Sweden allowing easier payments without carrying metal. In 1950, AMEX recorded the first ever credit-card payment. In 2018, Australia experienced real-time payments through the NPP for the first time. It seems payments have a solid history and a bright future. But by 2030 payments will be dead. Outlandish you say?

To find out more, watch Head of Monoova, Christian Westerlind Wigstrom present “2030, the Year that Payments died” at Intersekt Festival on 16 October, 2019, visit intersektfestival.com for more information.