UPI 2.0 digital repayments interface launched through NPCI: Features overview

The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), alongside with the Reserve Bank of India launched the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) 2.0 today. The second model of UPI or UPI 2.0 has been made official after a reported delay of a few months. The digital payments interface has been elevated to make online transactions quicker and extra secure.

More than 10 Banks are reported to be taking part in the debut run of UPI 2.0. These consist of the nation run SBI and different banks such as HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, and Yes Bank, Axis Bank, IDBI Bank, Federal Bank, HSBC, Kotak and more. Additional banks and charge apps are expected to update their digital fee systems to UPI 2.0 within a span of two months.

Since its launch more than two years ago, UPI has become a famous digital payments platform as it takes away the need to feed in account important points and depends on digital IDs to receive as nicely as fulfil payments. In July 2018 the BHIM UPI platform recorded Rs 45,845 crore well worth of digital transactions. PhonePe reportedly has the largest (40%) market share when it comes to UPI transactions, accompanied by using the BHIM app and Paytm.

UPI 2.0 Features


You can now hyperlink your over-draft account to UPI which was once now not available until now. Customers would benefit by getting a digital channel to access over-draft accounts. Linking of overdraft accounts to UPI is stated to be immediate and transactions will be swift.


With this option, while making fee by using scanning QR codes, the user will get an extra safety in the structure of signed QR / intent. With the signed QR, problems related to tampering QR as nicely as having non-verified entities shall be reduced. With this customers will be capable to confirm the authenticity of the receiver and will be informed if the QR is not secured. The transaction will also be accomplished quicker as app passcode will no longer be required in case of signed intent.


With this feature, UPI customers can pre-authorise (Mandate) a transaction, for debit from their financial institution debts at a later time. UPI mandate is to be used in scenarios where money is to be transferred later, alternatively the dedication towards that is to be finished now. It is feasible that the sender might also forget to send money later so UPI 2.0 creates a mandate. The customer's account shall get debited when the mandate is executed. UPI mandate can be done one time only. Customers will be able to create a mandate for repayments that are to be done later. NPCI hopes that Ii case of service provider payments/service, it acts as an assurance to each the purchaser as nicely as the merchant.


So far when a collect request used to be sent you could only affirm the quantity being paid and make the fee submit entering the UPI PIN. Now prior to making the fee you will be capable to test the consignment being paid through a hyperlink and thereby verify the details of the transaction before you pay for the same. This performance is only on hand for the invoices of verified merchants. So in short, you will receive to view the bill in the UPI app, confirm the important points and pay the invoice.

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