IMF survey: People are more willing to pay for lunch in cryptocurrency in the next five years

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently launched a survey on Twitter to find out how people pay for lunch in the next five years. The survey shows that the public's perception of future payment methods and cryptocurrencies is changing. So far, among the 37,660 people who voted, the cryptocurrency received 56% of the votes; the mobile payment received 27%; the bank card only received 9% of the vote. Cash is the least interesting way of paying people, with only 8% of votes.