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As GPAY and Apple Pay not working in Russia, Indians are praising BHIM backed payment system

GPAY and Apple Pay are both owned by US companies and people in Russia are paying for them. As Russia attacked Ukraine, these payment service providers are not working in Russia after sanctions were imposed. Russians are facing a lot of problems while making payments via these apps.

In one of the posts, a user is seen claiming chaos has been created in the Metro of Russia. As users try to use these payment applications to buy tickets.

Now a lot of Indian users have started trending to leave GPAY and Apple Pay and go back to BHIM. BHIM is an Indian mobile payment app developed by the National Payments Corporation of India, based on the Unified Payments Interface. Launched on 30 December 2016, it is intended to facilitate e-payments directly through banks and encourage cashless transactions.

Some users also stated that this a modern warfare, where one stated New age weapons of war.

Netizens are trending the Indian version of BHIM, an online payment application. This would mean that the dependency on these foreign apps becomes minimum. The government of India’s initiative of RUPAY cards was also an important development. WHile Visa and Mastercard didn’t like the idea of a Rupay card. both went to US Congress to ask the Indian government to stop the Rupay cards. However, the government of India is still working hard to make the Rupay card in India famous as Visa and mastercard.

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