RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Central Bank (BC) president Roberto Campos Neto said that Pix, the Brazilian instant payment service, may evolve to other functionalities and eventually become a kind of digital identity.
"We understand that we can expand this [the Pix] to improve even more the quality of life of people with public services and eventually even becoming a digital identity, as was done in India," he said during a virtual event promoted by the Indian Embassy on Wednesday, April 14th.
"The project can have other dimensions. We have developed new features in Pix that come from the interaction with . . .