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Blockchain in Revenue Department will verify whether taxes were paid correctly and to speed up the tax refund process.
Thailand leaders and policymakers urged to continue adopting blockchain-friendly regulations.
While leadership does not believe in focusing on digital banking, digital transformation throughout the bank will continue.
Ralali Wallet will enable the users of the marketplace to pay for their orders using a fast and integrated approach.
The innovation is among the first of its kind in the world.
Aaro is a non-programmable exam laptop that specifically deters hacking and addresses the growing need for secure cloud-based exams.
The Bank’s ATM machine uses only your face and a PIN to withdraw cash.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas is undertaking major organisational reforms and projects for a more supervisory and regulatory stance.
A Joint Working Group (JWG) set up to encourage cooperation between the countries on digital governance and financial inclusion.
Fintech can connect the unbanked and unserved markets, like the Philippines, to important government, financial and social services.
The use of cryptocurrencies in combination with smart contracts has the potential to profoundly transform everyday commerce.
Paperless documentation will soon be a reality for the shipping industry.
Silent security is the concept of providing an app experience that is secure, yet not overly inconveniencing users.
The financial authorities of both countries sign an MoU.
Peer-to-peer remittance payments that are normally facilitated by digital wallets are moving to the instant real-time payment system, UPI.
The DLT Scripless Bond Project aims to help develop Thailand's market infrastructure.
Digital wallets are the digital equivalent of an individual’s purse or physical wallet that is secured by a technological process.
The company will ship more than 100,000 cards to customers globally, starting with Singapore.
Digital India: India moves up to 28th rank in government e-payment adoption, says a survey.
Development will allow ride-sharing app users in the Philippines to order food, pay bills and make purchases through a QR code.