As I sit here writing this article, I’m listening to an album by Jon Hopkins that Apple Music recommended to me. The lights in my apartment have dimmed slightly, as the sun is setting soon. My watch is telling me that I haven't moved that much today, so after writing this, I guess I'll head out for a walk, and watch that sunset. Tomorrow, as I run down the stairs, I’ll check my phone to find the quickest route to work. But my phone might as well recommend me using your service on my way to work. If you had something I needed or wanted, and you were able to help me out in seconds, how could I resist?
The 10th of February was when I started the “30 card-less days challenge”, wherein I under no circumstance could pay for goods or services using a physical card issued by banks like DNB, or fintechs like Revolut. Instead, I would have to rely on my iPhone, Apple Watch, and NFC technology to ensure I could continue living a normal life.