Stockholm's homeless magazine vendors no longer need to ask if you can spare any krona. In the most cashless society on the planet, the sellers of Situation Stockholm, a culture magazine sold by homeless people, were last month equipped with card readers to accept donations from fellow Swedes.
The move marks a world first, according to their employer.“More and more of our sellers come in and say that people don't have cash — they have told us this for a long time,” Pia Stolt, the magazine's chief executive officer, said in a telephone interview.
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It also pays to look closely at the address bar of a website - if it's a genuine Apple site, 'Apple Inc', sometimes alongside a padlock, will appear in green on one side, depending on which browser you use.The response from both customers and vendors has been “very positive,” she said.Five of Situation Stockholm's 350 vendors are using the new equipment and the publication plans to introduce the devices on a broader scale after its initial trial led to increased sales.“Before, everyone said they don't have cash, or that they cannot pay with their mobile phones because it was a corporate phone.All other marks used on this Web site are the property of their respective owners.You acknowledge and agree that: Furthermore, you acknowledge and agree that you do not acquire any ownership rights by downloading or viewing any Web Page Content.