We are happy to announce that Khalti, Nepal’s homegrown digital wallet and payment gateway, has completed two years of journey and is entering into the third year of operation from today. On 26 January 2017, we launched Khalti and embarked
Nepal Bangladesh Bank Ltd. (NBBL) has signed an MoU with Khalti to facilitate digital payments to its customers. Mr. Surendra Bhusan Shrestha, Deputy CEO of the Bank, and Mr. Amit Agrawal, Director of Khalti, signed the agreement on Friday, 12
Citizens Bank International Ltd. has signed an MoU with Khalti to facilitate digital payments to its customers. Mr. Paras Kumar Kafle, Chief Operating Officer of the Bank, and Mr. Amit Agrawal, Director of Khalti, signed the agreement on Thursday. The signing
The increasing involvement of startups and the government into digital technology is not just unsettling the traditional methods of running businesses but paving a pathway of an entire digital economy towards a developed nation. Going digital is the new trend
As per the latest statistics from Nepal Rastra Bank (Mid-May 2018), the entire country has a total of 3894 bank branches, 23.78 million bank accounts, around 4 million mobile banking customers and 0.78 million internet banking customers. Similarly, as per
Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), the central bank of Nepal has issued a new directive imposing ceilings on digital transaction in Nepal. Deputy governor of Nepal Rastra Bank, Chintamani Siwakoti informed that new regulations have been brought in considering all sectors concerned
Khalti has signed up a MoU with Sunrise Bank Nepal Ltd. to facilitate digital payments to its customers. Manish Modi, Managing Director of Khalti, and Mr. Robin Kumar Nepal, Deputy General Manager of Sunrise Bank, signed the MoU on Thursday, 22 March.