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Zindigi and SBP’s Innovative QR Payment System for Sacrificial Animals

Eid ul Adha, also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, is a significant religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide. One of the key traditions of this festival is the sacrifice of an animal, such as a sheep, goat, or cow, to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God. This year, Zindigi, powered by JS Bank, and the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) have teamed up to simplify and enhance the sacrificial animal purchasing experience through a groundbreaking QR code payment system.

The traditional method of purchasing sacrificial animals often involves cash transactions, which can be cumbersome and inconvenient. However, with the introduction of Zindigi’s in-app QR code payment system, the process has been revolutionized. Customers can now make cashless payments by simply scanning the cattle merchant’s QR code using the Zindigi app or any digital banking app or wallet. This not only adds a new level of convenience for customers but also promotes financial inclusion and digital innovation in Pakistan’s economy.

The collaboration between Zindigi and the SBP highlights a shared commitment to driving financial inclusion and promoting digital payments in Pakistan. By leveraging the latest advancements in fintech, both organizations are working towards making financial services more accessible and efficient, especially during festive occasions like Eid ul Adha.

The integration of cattle markets into the digital economy represents a significant step forward in promoting financial inclusion and economic empowerment at the grassroots level. Farmers and merchants now have greater control over their financial transactions, contributing to a more transparent and efficient marketplace.

In conclusion, Zindigi and the SBP’s innovative QR code payment system is transforming the way sacrificial animals are purchased during Eid ul Adha. By embracing digital payments, Pakistan is taking a leap towards a more inclusive and digitally advanced economy.

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