Computerized exchanges worth more than Rs. 2,000 crore were led in March utilizing the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) stage created by the National Payments Corporation of India, as per an official articulation.
“More than 18 million individuals have downloaded Bharat Interface for Money or the BHIM App, making another world record. The UPI-based exchanges crossed Rs. 2,000 crore-stamp in the time of March demonstrating an expansion of 20% since January this year,” as indicated by the announcement.
Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi and Karnataka have developed as the five states with the most extreme number of champs under the Lucky Grahak Yojana and Digidhan Vyapar Yojana took off post-demonetisation to advance a less-money economy. President Pranab Mukherjee picked six champs for the uber prizes under the two plans on Sunday.
Mr. Mukherjee said it was important to diminish the trade out flow and grant more noteworthy earnestness to advancing secure computerized installment techniques to guarantee more prominent straightforwardness. “India has far to go to end up noticeably a cashless society. By and by, we remain basically a money based economy with around 95% of the individual utilization and 86% of all exchanges being in real money.”
On Aadhaar, he said even nations which are innovatively best in class than India with nearly considerably littler populaces don’t have such a framework set up.