Canadians Carry $70 In Cash

The typical Canadian carries $70 in their wallet, mainly five and ten-dollar bills, and stashes another $185 in their vehicle glove box or dresser drawer at home, says the Bank of Canada. Researchers surveyed cash holdings in a study on the future of bitcoin and other digital currencies: “I use cash to monitor my spending.”

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