On Dec 12, 2005, at 18:14, R. A. Hettinga wrote:

 But would it work in a place like the United
 States, where 24 percent of transactions are made on credit?

Some Americans, analysts note, are already using a version of e- cash to
 bypass toll lanes on highways.

Don't take that as a sign of consumer acceptance, though. In Illinois, if you won't pre-pay your tolls in $40 increments, you will pay double the rate in cash at the toolbooth. And the electronic system is anything but anonymous.

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