NUEs Coming Soon to Promote Digital Payments
Amazon, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank can come together as an alternative to NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India) to promote digital payment in the country.
- Last Updated:February 24, 2021 10:52 AM IS
According to the Economic Times news, three entities together with Pine Labs (Bill Labs) and BillDesk have created a new entity (NUE) to handle digital transactions in India, which can compete with NPCI. . At this time, all digital transactions are handled by NPCI.
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Will soon present its planAmazon, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank will place their plan outline in front of RBI (Reserve Bank of India) in a day or two. Let it be known that it has to be presented before the RBI before the bid deadline. If the bid is approved, it would mean that in January 2021, the dominance of UPI with more than 2 billion transactions will soon come to an end.
Will become a world class network
According to a report published in The Economic Times, “Our effort is to create a world-class network, which will help small businesses and merchants to make payments. It will also save their time. Please tell this direction in the last two months I have gained a lot of momentum. At the moment there is still agreement and paperwork left. “
NPCI was established in 2008
Let us tell you that NPCI was established by RBI in 2008. The system was launched by RBI to promote retail payment and settlement process in India. NPCI gets the support of 56 banks. Along with this, UPI and RuPay are also used by these banks. Along with this, electronic toll payment is also available through FASTag.
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However, RBI has announced to create new guidelines for new retail payment systems and to develop technologies. Please tell that after the arrival of NUEs the NPCI can also be placed on the backfoot.