Approximately 90% use cashless payment.
Coiny Co., Ltd., which operates a cashless service “Coiney” using smartphones and tablet terminals, surveys the use of cashless payments by 772 men and women in their teens and 70s in Japan. Was carried out.
As a result of the survey, it was found that about 90% use some form of cashless payment, and 70% use it at least once a week.
In addition, “credit card” accounted for more than 50% of the payment methods used, and “electronic money” accounted for about 20%.
Furthermore, cashless payments are frequently used in everyday shopping such as convenience stores and supermarkets, and nearly half of the users answered that they would use them regardless of the amount of money. It can be seen that the intention to use is high even for settlement.