RBI e-Rupee: Anand Mahindra made the first payment with RBI’s e-rupee, know what he bought?

Anand Mahindra Twitter Video: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has launched digital currency as a pilot project in India and the world. At present, digital currency is being used only in selected places in the country. The special thing is that RBI has included a fruit seller from Mumbai in the pilot project of ...
 

Anand Mahindra Twitter Video: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has launched digital currency as a pilot project in India and the world. At present, digital currency is being used only in selected places in the country. The special thing is that RBI has included a fruit seller from Mumbai in the pilot project of Digital Rupee. The country’s biggest industrialist Anand Mahindra himself shared a video on Wednesday by being a part of this project. This video is becoming very viral on social media. Know what is special…

Who is Bachelal Sahni ,

Bachelal Sahni is in limelight these days after a video was posted on Twitter, as RBI has made him a part of the digital pilot scheme. Bachelal Sah is originally from Bihar. According to media reports, for 29 years he and his family have been living by selling fruits in front of the Reserve Bank headquarters in Mumbai. Digital Rupee CBDC-R stands for Small Retail Payer.

Mahindra buys fruits by paying e-rupee

Businessman Anand Mahindra gave information about this incident on Twitter. Mahindra has shared a video of fruit seller Bachelal Sahni on Twitter. In which he bought fruits from that vendor and paid with digital currency e-rupee. He tweeted that today in the Reserve Bank’s board meeting, I got a chance to know about RBI’s digital currency e-rupee. Soon after this meeting, I went to Bachelal Sah, who sells fruits nearby and is one of the first few merchants in the country to accept digital money. Digital India is working.

How to use digital currency

RBI has issued 2 types of digital currency. One CBDC-W and the other CBDC-R have been used. The first will be used for wholesale payments and the second for CBDC retail payments. However, it is still experimental, so not many people know about it. At present, people of Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore and Bhubaneswar are going to get a chance to use digital money.

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