A universal payment QR code is being displayed at a growing number of hawker stalls all over the island to let customers pay for, say, a plate of chicken rice or a soya bean drink with their smartphones.
Nearly a third of all 18,000 hawker stalls in Singapore now let customers pay from major banking apps and e-wallets by scanning the QR code, backed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
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