When you think of casinos, one of the first things that come to mind is cash - and lots of it. But that might be changing due to the coronavirus pandemic. Casinos are considering going cashless amid concern of bills circulating among hundreds of hands on the casino floor. The Nevada Gaming Commission approved changes that would clear the way for wider use of cashless wagering in casinos, and the American Gaming Association has given state and tribal regulators a list of priorities for modernizing payment systems. Bill Miller, President and CEO of the American Gaming Association, takes Closing Bell through some of the changes gamblers will experience at casinos with no cash.