An easy to use, efficient method of purchasing goods and services is essential to a well functioning economy. Payment methods have evolved throughout human history, from barter to primitive forms of money, to full-bodied coins and precious metals, to bank notes, to national fiat currency and checks. This infographic summarizes some of the findings in our full report, The Electronic Payment System: An Assessment of Benefits for the US and State Economies.
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