We all know that traditional ATMs have revolutionized the way we access cash and perform banking transactions. But what about these Micro ATMs that have been popping up lately?
Paridhi Bichchhal works as a Content Marketer at BANKIT. She is actively engaged in researching industry related topics and writing and editing blogs.
MiniATMs are ruling the world of cash withdrawal. People who would suffer from the lack of banking facilities are being consoled by the heroic act of MiniATMs, which are popularly known as mATMs.
No longer do individuals residing in semi-rural and rural regions have to endure a scarcity of banking infrastructure. Thanks to the FinTech sector, people's lives have been made more convenient with a variety of services, particularly cash withdrawal services, which are at the forefront.
The ATM is a modern marvel that has revolutionized the way we withdraw money from our bank accounts. It has become an integral part of our daily lives, allowing us to access cash 24/7 without the need to visit a bank branch. However, in many regions of India, the lack of ATMs remains a persistent problem that can cause several issues for the local population.
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Gone are the days when we had to carry cash or checks to make a purchase or pay a bill. With the rise of digital payment solutions, transactions have become faster, more secure, and more convenient.
The importance of digital payments is quite evident at present in India. Particularly after the demonetization drive in 2016, the government's push towards a cashless economy and the rise of affordable internet access has contributed to the growth of digital payments.
The world is going digital in terms of the money transactions we make. However, no matter how digitalization we bring, the day when cash will lose its supremacy is way too galaxies away. Money in its paper form will always be needed.
Do you remember those times when we used to talk that there will be flying cars as technology has advanced a lot? Well, that time of flying cars hasn’t come yet but technology has advanced for sure. We have achieved technological development in other fields like talking robots and the possibility to live on the Moon. And finance, which was much needed.