R. Lakshmi Priya, Bala Manoj S, Keerthana K


The most recent decade has seen a sharp ascent of cashless exchanges in the created nations as well as in a large number of the creating nations. Utilization of plastic cards, web based shopping and electronic installments are gathering force. Governments are additionally getting to be hello there tech by acquainting on the web offices with their subjects. It required a lot of investment to begin and move towards this cashless society. At first, it was anything but a considerable achievement at the end of the day it has risen. Presently, it is advancing a direct result of the overall web accessibility with easy to use programming and equipment. This paper is an endeavor to comprehend the hypothetical idea of a cashless society. Results after Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) and Multiple Linear Regression (MLR) demonstrate that Easy, Secure, and Benefits of cashless instruments are huge indicators.


Cashless, E-Transactions, SWOT, Factors, Women.


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