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Bank Indonesia organised
Netifest 2020 to promote QR Code Indonesian Standard (QR). The event is also a vlog and blog competition
entitled “QRIS: Digital Payments à la Millennials”. The competition, which ran from
September-November 2019, attracted 1,707 entrants, totalling 586 blogs and
Senior Deputy Governor
of Bank Indonesia, Destry Damayanti, stated that “Understanding amongst millennials
concerning the latest economic and technological developments will be increased
through BI Netifest 2020. This creative
industry contributes around 7% of the Indonesian economy.”
Bank Indonesia is firmly
committed to supporting youth potential in the creative industries. They have the potential to develop the
industry as public promoters through their creative works. BI Netifest 2020 is
the peak of FeskaBI activities, which help millennials recognise the
opportunities afforded by digital economic development in Indonesia.
The winners of the BI
Netifest 2020 Vlog and Blog Completion are as follows:
3rd Place: Dian
3rd Place: Diego
3rd Place: Sigit
Animated Movie Competition
Runner-up: Catya Wido
3rd Place: Mohammad
Short Movie Competition
Runner-up: Muh Irwan
3rd Place: Ali
Through this event,
millennials are expected to obtain greater understanding of digital payments
using standardised QR code, while simultaneously endorsing QRIS amongst the
broader community. Moving forward, Bank
Indonesia will continue to provide education and socialisation activities in
order to enhance public understanding of Bank Indonesia’s latest policies.
Capacity Building for BICARA 131 Solvers
Bank Indonesia’s BICARA 131 Contact Centre has Great News from “El-Barca”
Awards for Information Disclosure by a Public Institution in 2019
Bank Indonesia receives Public Relations Award 2019