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Budget 2019: Finance Minister gives major relief to e-payments platforms, removes...

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman tabled the Union Budget 2019 in the Lok Sabha today. It was her maiden budget, presented by Sitharaman and consecutively...

Breaking : Delhi High Court orders PayPal to stop services in...

PayPal, an online payments system, based out of California has received a notice from Delhi High Court to stop its operations in India at...
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Khatabook in talks to raise $20 million from Sequoia Capital, others

Khatabook, a Bengaluru-based accounting and business record-keeping startup, is involved in a dialogue to raise $20 million (approx ₹130 crore) in Series A funding...

Uber now allows payments through Google Pay for rides

The new integration of Google Pay in the Uber App has made the payment method more flexible Google has recently tied up Uber and brought...

Paytm integrates BHIM UPI payments on its platform, expects to increase...

Paytm has now integrated BHIM UPI on its platform as it looks to double the monthly users on its platform.

BHIM app crosses 16 million download mark

BHIM app has reached the trademark of 16 million downloads. NPCI is going to launch its updated version soon.

To educate BHIM users, NPCI launches educational videos

NPCI is taking several measurable steps in order to attract now users and facilitate old customers too. This time they have launched educational video.
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Finance Ministry to increase BHIM’s referral incentives soon

In order to attract more users, Banks, and NPCI have asked finance ministry to increase the referral incentives of the BHIM app.
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Uber, Amazon turn to UPI; Google, WhatsApp next in line

Uber and Amazon are the latest to adopt the Unified Payment Interface (UPI). Google and Whatsapp will join this league soon.

Karbonn launches Kavach series with pre-integrated BHIM app

Karbonn has launched the Kavach Series in which BHIM app will be pre-integrated. This step is to catch up company's downfall in the market.