Paying by mobile still isn’t as easy as cash. Maybe it never will be. As a quick-service restaurant consumer, I’ve been slow to get on the mobile-payment bandwagon — cashing in an occasional online Starbucks gift card had been my limit until this month. I still find foldable bills and a pocket of change remain a serviceable way to buy anything priced at less than $10. Alexander Hamilton is a useful paper president, in my mind, and he doesn’t require me to enter a ...

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