NPCI’s international arm, NIPL, and Worldline payments have partnered up to enable Indians travelling in Europe to use their UPI and RuPay payment mechanisms for making payments abroad
The contribution to PIDF is made by the Reserve Bank, authorised card networks and card-issuing banks; the corpus currently stands at Rs 811.4 crore, the RBI said.
However, it was down by nearly 3 per cent from the previous month
India’s UPI has a new foreign use case, and this time, it’s France. Previously, UAE, Japan, the US, Singapore, Bhutan and Nepal were accepting UPI.