A list of 40-plus countries have adopted India’s UPI interface which is now going global enabling seamless cross-border transactions. 

In a testament to India's financial technology prowess, a growing list of countries is embracing the Unified Payments Interface (UPI), a revolutionary digital payment system. Originating in India, UPI has gained international recognition for its efficiency, security, and user-friendly features.

Around 40 Countries including Bhutan, Oman, France, Nepal, UK, UAE, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Philippines, South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Egypt, USA, Mauritius, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain have swiftly adopted UPI, recognizing its potential to revolutionize the way people transact digitally.

This digital integration with UPI has streamlined cross-border transactions, enhancing financial connectivity between nations across the globe. The success of UPI in India has sparked interest globally, with countries acknowledging its ability to drive financial inclusion, reduce cash dependency, and create a robust digital payments infrastructure.

The expansion of UPI on the international stage reflects a global shift towards embracing innovative fintech solutions. India's expertise in developing and implementing UPI has positioned it as a leader in the digital payments landscape, with other nations eager to leverage this technology for the benefit of their economies and citizens.

As more countries join the list of UPI adopters, it underscores the transformative impact of Indian fintech innovations on the global stage. The collaborative efforts between nations to integrate UPI highlight the potential for international financial systems to evolve, creating a more connected and efficient global economy. The widespread adoption of UPI is not only a testament to India's technological advancements but also a significant stride towards a borderless and digitally empowered future in the realm of financial transactions.

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