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BharatQR code promises to take India down less-cash road - Business Line
To use the BharatQR code you need to have a smart phone with an Internet connection and a bank application that is compatible with the new code. BharatQR code is of two types — static and dynamic. If you are using the static QR code then you will have to first scan the merchant’s unique code and enter the amount to be paid on your smartphone.
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