People will stop buying things. They will buy a subscription to a certain standard of living - the area where a person lives, the level of cleanliness and food healthiness, the car he/she drives, the school his/her children can attend - all this will become a components that constitute this subscription to a certain living standard. That will lead to even greater class stratification.
Many people will not waste time on household routine, various daily duties. Time, which has always been the most valuable resource, will become a new kind of economic relations between people. Even now people who play a key role in society or occupy high positions can’t afford to waste time walking to the grocery store. The time spent waiting in line, can be easily converted to money. Services that relieve people from daily routine tasks will emerge. They will be automated to the max and united by categories based on the quality and cost of services provided: ranging from elderly care to VIP service. All household issues will be delegated to the domestic service suppliers of different quality levels.