The digital payments platform wants to woo startups with a plug-and-play platform that will also allow it to be a part of future innovations in fintech
March 09, 2021
4 Min Read
The National Payments Corporation of India is building a technology platform that will allow startups to test their fintech software integrations before taking them live. But that’s not what this is just about.
After more than a decade as India’s flagship payments platform, NPCI is bracing for competition from the likes of Google, Amazon, and Facebook that, according to reports, want to launch similar frameworks called ‘New Umbrella Entities’.
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