There is, I just learned from a television commercial, a Monopoly Electronic Banking Edition.
The children of the future, it appears, will perhaps not be able to claim that Monopoly is educational because it requires them to do math. (Although I'll admit that I always found Monopoly frustrating because other people's mental math is slower than mine.)
Somewhat more seriously, are the children of the future (or, perhaps, the present) going to feel that they have less reason to learn mathematics because they don't deal with cash? That seems like it would be something that would motivate at least some students to learn basic arithmetic.