Bitcoin is in the news a lot these days, which is a privately issued source of value. Now Central Banks are looking into offering a digital currency. For many, I suspect, we are already living in a largely cashless society. I have a few paper bills in my wallet but they have probably been there a year or more without being used. I think the last time I used any paper money was at a fast food drive-thru, maybe a year or so ago. My debit card is mainly what I use along with the occasional use of a credit card to be paid off online at the end of the month. I rarely use stamps or checks for anything either. I do everything online. Not having to deal with a pocket full of change is what finally drove me to just quit using physical money as I recall. How about you? How often do you use paper money or coins?