Here are some of the figures shared by NITI Aayog:
Under the Lucky Grahak and Digi Dhan Vyapar schemes, 16 lakh customers and merchants have won Rs 258 crore of prize money. To promote digital payments, the government had launched the Lucky Grahak and Digi Dhan Vyapar schemes for consumers and merchants, respectively on December 25 last year. (Also read: Rs 1 crore jackpot for person making Rs 1,590 digital payment)
The BHIM or Bharat Interface for Money app has registered 1.9 crore downloads in four months since its launch in December last year - creating a world record. (Also read: BHIM-Aadhaar app revamped. Here's what is new)
Aadhaar-enabled payments have increased from 2.5 crore in November 2016 to over five crore in March 2017 while Immediate Payment Service (IMPS) transactions have increased from 3.6 crore to 6.7 crore.
To accept payments using BHIM Aadhaar - the merchant interface of the BHIM app, 27 major banks are now on board with 7.15 lakh merchants. PM Modi launched the Bhim-Aadhaar platform earlier this week, aimed at enabling citizens without access to smartphones, internet, debit or credit cards to transact digitally.