More and more Americans are paying for everything electronically or with credit cards. A new study from Capital One finds that one in four Americans go cashless. For millennials, the number that didn't carry cash jumped to one-third. In fact, millennials were 41 percent more likely to call paying with cash "inconvenient." Only 21 percent said cash is their most common form of payment. The study found that six in ten Americans think cash may disappear completely as a form of currency one day.
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