In the 30-second video shared by Mahindra, a bull can be seen in colourful costumes standing while a person is making payment by scanning the QR code placed on bull's forehead. Mahindra wrote in his tweet, “Do you need any more evidence of the large-scale conversion to digital payments in India?" ,cricket ideas for beginners
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Not just Mahindra, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Thursday (November 4) also shared the same video. In the tweet, Sitharaman said, “Recd a video of a Gangireddulata, where alms are given thru a QR code! India’s #digitalpayment revolution, reaching folk artists. In AP + Telangana, Gangireddulavallu dress up old oxen no longer helpful on farms, walk door to door during fests, performing with their nadaswarams”. ,basketball knee pads for skateboarding
oddschecker cricket west indies v england,In the video, one can see a QR Code tag fixed on the head of a decorated ox. The video shows a person scanning the UPI QR code and transferring money to the account of Ox’s carrier who goes home to home on festivals asking for money. The video appears to be of Andra Pradesh or Telangana, where people decorate their old bulls and take them home to home at the time of the festival.
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It is no secret that digital payments are exploding across the country as internet penetration and smartphone use is growing. The adoption of digital payments hit a new all-time high last month fuelled by the shopping spree marking the beginning of the festive season, with e-commerce giants like Amazon and Flipkart launching their annual sales.,tennis usa academy
handball world cup games online,As per the data released by NPCI, the UPI value of transactions for October crossed $100 billion. In rupee terms, the value of transactions stands at Rs 7.71 lakh crore and around 421 crore transactions were executed in the month, both at all-time highs.
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