NPCI defers UPI market cap rules till Dec 31, 2024 - New Delhi News
by IANS | Updated Dec 02, 2022
The NPCI initially planned to enforce the UPI market cap rules in January 2021, but delayed it several times.
"In view of significant potential of digital payments and the need for multi-fold penetration from its current state, it is imperative that other existing and new players (Banks and Non-Banks) shall scale-up their consumer outreach for the growth of UPI and achieve overall market equilibrium," the NPCI said in a circular.
Taking into account the present usage and future potential of UPI, and other relevant factors, "the timelines for compliance of existing third-party app providers (TPAPs) who are exceeding the volume cap, is extended by two (2) years till December 31, 2024 to comply with," said the NPCI.
UPI transaction value for November was recorded at Rs 11.90 lakh crore while the transaction count was 7.3 billion.
According to the NPCI, UPI processed 7.3 billion transactions worth Rs 12.11 lakh crore in October, riding on festive sales.
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