Indonesia Economic Activity on Electronic Money: How Indonesian Economic Law Faces Current Global Development
Nowadays, there is a trend of cashless transaction. The use of cashless money itself creates its own problems, especially related to the legal problem of using e-money itself. The most visible use of e-money is the use of e-money on the toll roads. Drivers or toll roads users, with the electronic money being helped because they feel practical, but on the other hand also feel burdened because they are forced to use the e-money. The aims of this paper are to write about various problems related to the existence of e-money and its impact on the economy in Indonesia. The research method employed is normative juridical research method. The issue was basically from the fact that there was no law that regulated how to increase public trust in e-money. The novelty of this research lies in the importance of laws that have general-abstract legal norms to increase public trust in electronic money. It is expected that this research will open the reader's insight to be more aware and educated about the existence of policies concerning e-money.