Young Argentinians and their money
As developers of technologies and infrastructures that are deeply woven into people lives, we keep our finger on the pulse on what people do and want to do with their money.
This second report in our series on attitudes to payments and technology in Latin America reveals that young Argentinians have moved decisively away from the physical banking infrastructure but, unlike their peers, they have been relatively slow to adopt mobile banking for anything beyond the most mundane activities.
What will drive adoption of mobile payment technologies at scale?
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