Well personally I’ve never been to a hospital since 2015 and even then if you can’t pay they’d take your passport.v12 wrote: ↑Sat Nov 27, 2021 12:12 pmYou don't get the message, let me rephrase.
The more you move to real-time technology, the more things will become vulnerable for disruption, due to the lack of alternatives. For non-critical items like Fakebook and Twatter, that is completely irrelevant. For online banking (ABA is heavily pushing on everything online), things can become critical.
Suppose, you show up at the hospital for something urgently, have to pay with your ABA, and it doesn't work. There you go. Think about deadlines, which may not have any mercy for techno failures, or when your life-support in a hospital stops working, etc.
Most people are living a different life, than "always drunk and waiting to die".
You do know cash is available right?