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The pandemic continues to push tech companies to find new solutions to keep people safe, from contactless payments to contact tracing apps.
Grab has increased the minimum top up amount through online banking to RM50, up from RM20 previously.
The QR code, which is seeing a resurgence during the Covid-19 pandemic, has come a long way since its inception in 1994.
AMONG the many lifestyle changes that we have seen since Covid-19 is growing customer acceptance towards cashless payments. Businesses are reporting a surge in e-wallet usage by customers as Malaysians begin embracing the new normal.
OVER the last few months, many Malaysians have begun warming up to the idea of eWallets as an alternative to cash. But while response to eWallets has been encouraging, there are some who face difficulty in making that lifestyle change as cash has been a very constant part of our lives up until now.
CONTENT creator L. Suganya, 33, is an avid user of e-wallets and is subscribed to three providers.
WITH Malaysia in the midst of transforming itself into a cashless society, e-wallet providers are playing their part to change mindsets and ensure that all Malaysians are able to keep up with digital payments.
Covid-19 is accelerating Malaysia’s cashless transformation. But in our move towards a cashless society, we must make sure that no one gets left behind.
BANGKOK, Sept 4 (Bernama): The Thai government plans to spend 45 billion baht (about US$1.4 billion) on cash handouts to 15 million people affected by the economic fallout caused by Covid-19, which is expected to boost domestic consumption.