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Solo, 9 November 2019, as a factual evidence from the development of the National Cashless Movement (GNNT) implementation, Bank Indonesia held FESKABI (Bank Indonesia Education Festival) at the Auditorium of Sebelas Maret University (Solo). This event aims to socialise the latest platform called “QRIS” (Quick Response Indonesia Standard), which will be officially implemented from 1 January 2020 in Indonesia. The public will feel convenience while having transactions using one QR code that has been integrated into all payment application platforms.
During that moment, Museum BI participated in enlivening the euphoria of FESKABI by providing education to the public about the history of money development in Indonesia (from the time of the Hindu Buddhist era to the currency issued and circulated by Bank Indonesia). Furthermore, gold bullion replica also displayed. The presence of Museum BI in the midst of the community during the exhibition gave its own impression, not only broaden knowledges, visitors also gained opportunity to play with interactive games such as Kahoot. The majority of visitors claimed that it was their first time interacting directly with Museum’s BI collection and some of them expressed their excitement to visit Museum BI directly to get to know more.
The series of FESKABI Solo events this time were also colored by talkshows and workshops participated by public figures to government, such as Ussy Sulistiawaty and Ganjar Pranowo, Governor of Central Java. The series of events was closed with a special performance by renowned soloist, Jaz Hayat.
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