New Delhi: The success story of India’s digital funds is unimaginable, particularly after the launch of the unified funds interface (UPI). A couple of years again, digital funds used to take hours to settle a transaction. But with UPI and digital wallets, one can switch cash in a snap. With the rising adoption, we will now see UPI QR codes at each nook and cranny of India. Highlighting one such success story, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, on Thursday (November 4), shared a video.
“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,” Sitharaman stated in her tweet.
Recd a video of a Gangireddulata, the place alms are given through a QR code! India’s #digitalpayment revolution, reaching people artists. In AP + Telangana, Gangireddulavallu costume up previous oxen now not useful on farms, stroll door to door throughout fests, performing with their nadaswarams pic.twitter.com/8rgAsRBP5v
— Nirmala Sitharaman (@nsitharaman) November 4, 2021
In the video, one can see a QR Code tag fastened on the top of a embellished ox. The video reveals an individual scanning the UPI QR code and transferring cash to the account of Ox’s service who goes house to house on festivals asking for cash. Also Read: Vodafone Idea pay as you go plan: Get 4GB each day knowledge, limitless calling at reasonably priced worth
The video seems to be of Andra Pradesh or Telangana, the place folks adorn their previous bulls and take them house to house on the time of the competition. These bulls are normally additionally educated for dancing or performing acrobatics to entertain the general public and assist house owners earn a residing. Also Read: Google Pixel Fold anticipated to launch in 2022, digicam particulars revealed