After demonetization surprise of Modi govt. on November, BBSR was the first city in Odisha which showed how to handle the situation without any chaos and stress by going cashless everywhere. From Gupchup stalls to vegetable market, the QR code of Paytm seems to be everywhere & now this village of Odisha which pretends to know nothing is all getting prepared to go cashless. & guess what !
Paytm itself is helping this village of Odisha to go cashless & now everyone is getting to know that why Paytm has decided to add Odia language in it’s app for Digital Payments.
After Puri’s Nuagaon çame to be described as the state’s first cashless village, Paytm is helping Manguli village, on the outskirts of Cuttack, to move to cashless transactions.
The company has also launched its app in 10 regional languages including Hindi and Odia to make digital payments accessible to all. It has also waived off its 1% transaction fee.