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Well, but you're an odd duck. Most people still use real money on a frequent basis.
About this discussion.
I guess this also depends where you live, cash is still very popular in my country, most likely still more common than digital/card transactions for general stuff.
I do have a bank card/account but I almost only use it for online orders like when I buy hardware and when I buy stuff from Aliexpress 'yeah thats not really a thing anymore tho thanks to the new taxing'.
When I go casual/grocery shopping I only use cash and I see the same from most ppl, I do live in a ~6000 ppl small city/town so it might be different in the capital or bigger cities but I can't say that for sure.
My mother and grandparents doesn't even have a bank account or a smart phone for that matter so they pay with cash everywhere, in case they need something ordered/paid online they ask me or my brother then pay back with cash.
Also my last 3 workplaces paid me in cash 'not illegal jobs mind you' so I had to go to my bank and transfer the cash to my bank account when I needed it. 'this is still the case with my home office job atm'
I was also paying with cash during covid, it wasn't an issue here at least where I shop or even when I ordered hardware the delivery dude acccepted cash. 'Online/card payment was suggested but not a must'