Banks have ceded the unified payments interface space to non-banks, ReserveBank of India deputy governor T Rabi Sankar has said ... Banks had failed to scale UPI during the early days and have now missed the bus, Sankar said ... After implementing the pilot project for wholesale CBDC, the central bank is now looking at trying out CBDC using blockchain.
The RBI earlier this week allowed CBDC for retail payments on a pilot basis for four banks in the first phase.Also Read. ‘Fintechs replacing banks a misconception; CBDC experience so far comforting’ ... The central bank also allowed use of digital currency for wholesale banking for settlement of government bonds.
Of the three, it is collaboration that offers the highest flexibility to banks and they should perhaps opt to go for it, Sankar added ... Noting that two experiments - one each on wholesale and retail central bank digital currency - are on right now, Sankar said the experience so far has been comforting on the system's front.
The initial excitement among Indian bankers over the launch of a central bank-sponsored digital rupee seems to be fizzling out ...India launched the pilot of the central bank digital coin (CBDC), nicknamed e-rupee or digital rupee, for the wholesale segment amid great expectations on November 1.
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ReserveBank of India (RBI) Deputy Governor T Rabi Sankar on Saturday said that the speculation around fintechs replacing banks is a ‘misconception’, though lenders need to be more diligent in adopting technological changes.He said that the banks will be able to embrace ...
Noting that two experiments – one each on wholesale and retail central bank digital currency – are on right now, Sankar said the experience so far has been comforting on the systems front.Other parameters including the technology used, its architecture etc will be ...
While this segment should logically be the focus of the traditional banking sector, they remain underserved because they are perceived as “high risk” ... ‘Bringing NBFCs at par with banks to be shot in the arm for MSMEs’ ... It has also granted licenses to digital wholesale banks (DWBs) that are focussed on servicing SMEs.
The launch comes a month after the ReserveBank of India (RBI) started a pilot in the digital rupee – wholesale on November 1... Across the globe, more than 60 central banks have expressed interest in CBDCs with a few implementations already under pilot across both retail and ...
But in the initial trial banks have been using it for settlements with each other - with no particular advantage, according to bankers ... "There is no advantage over internet-based transactions and the lack of netting is actually a big drawback," said an executive at a private bank that had used wholesale e-rupees in the pilot program.