Although there are some liabilities defined for stakeholders in the digital payment ecosystem, they are not enough
With physical distancing norms remaining in focus amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, digital transactions touched a new high in July.
Data released by National Payments Corporation of India revealed that the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) touched a new high with 149.73 crore transactions processed and touched ₹2.9 lakh crore in volume.
It had already touched a record high of 133.69 crore transactions worth ₹2.61 lakh crore in June.
Payments through the Immediate Payments Service (IMPS) platform also reached a new ...
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