https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/16/coronavirus-may-sway-regulators-to-allow-casinos-to-say-good-bye-to-cash.html Walk into a newly reopened Las Vegas casino and you’ll see dealers wearing masks behind plexiglass shields, with sanitizer at the ready for both chips and hands. What you won’t see is gamblers paying for their wagers with their cell phones. That’s because Nevada doesn’t allow digital payments on casino floors. No state does. But that could change — and quickly — because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend “tap-and-pay to limit handling of cash” as part of good hygiene measures to prevent Covid-19. Given this, state legislatures and gaming regulators may be more motivated to permit mobile payments or digital wallets to help curb the spread of viral infections. Nevada gaming regulators will hold a hearing on cashless payments on June 25. Please read, there is much more in the article.