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Machhapuchhre Bank is improving its ability to promote the digital economy

Following the launch of the service, devotees visiting the temple will be able to make offerings using the QR code.

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KATHMANDU: Machhapuchhre Bank has launched QR code service in Bindhyabasini Religious Area Development in Pokhara and Galeshwor Temple Area Development in Beni with the goal of providing access to digital services to customers of all classes and levels across the country.

While being aggressive in digital banking and extending simple and convenient services to every location in the country, Machhapuchchre Bank distributed QR codes to the holy pilgrimage sites of Kaski and Myagdi, Bindhyabasini, and Galeshwor Temple on separate days.

Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) Pokhara director Dr. Ram Sharan Kharel, acting chairperson of the Bindhyabasini Religious Area Development Committee Surya Prasad Subedi, and Machhapuchhre Bank Chief Executive Officer Santosh Koirala jointly launched the QR service on Sunday at the Bindhyavasini temple in Pokhara.

The program also featured Surya Bahadur KC, Prem Kumari KC, and Bandana Karraki, the founder and director of Machhapuchhre Bank.

Myagdi, Director of Nepal Rashtra Bank Pokhara Dr. Ram Sharan Kharel, Chairperson of Galeshwor Temple Area Development Fund Madhav Regmi, Mayor of Beni Municipality Surat KC, and Chief Executive Officer of the bank Santosh Koirala jointly launched the QR service on Tuesday in the Galeshwar Shivalaya area of Beni.

Following the launch of the service, devotees visiting the temple will be able to make offerings using the QR code.

Devotess is welcome to use the QR code service for free.

The innovative and simple-to-use alternative to cash is increasing the use of QR codes among the general public.

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