New Delhi. If you want to get 40 lakh rupees then you have a good chance. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is offering this opportunity to you. In essence, the RBI will be launching its first global hackathon (1st global hackathon) with the goal of making digital payments safer and easier for consumers.
Announcing the hackathon on Tuesday, the RBI stated that the theme of the hackathon is to make digital payments faster and more efficient.
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According to the RBI, registration for the hackathon ‘HARBINGER 2021’ will begin on November 15. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday announced the world’s first hackathon ‘HARBINGER 2021 – Innovation for Transformation’ entitled ‘Smarter Digital Payments ‘.
The RBI stated that participants in the hackathon will need to be aware of the difficulties associated with making digital payments more secure, as well as making digital payments to find victims, reduce and improve pay scenarios. Responses should be provided.
They will receive a prize of Rs 40 lakh
Being part of Harbinger 2021 will give students the opportunity to seek guidance from industry experts and showcase their creative answers, the RBI said. The judges will determine the winner in each category. The first winner will receive Rs 40 lakh, while the second winner will receive a prize of Rs 20 lakh.
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Explain that due to the uncertainty as a result of the Kovid-19 epidemic, there has been an increase in the demand for money worldwide. Government statistics show the rise in digital payments through a variety of means including plastic cards, central banks and the Unified Payments Interface (UPI). The UPI system of the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) is emerging rapidly as the largest payment method in the country. UPI was established in 2016 and through these events is increasing month by month.