YGEA to issue smart cards with QR codes, including gold/cash permits

Yangon Region Gold Entrepreneurs Association (YGEA) will issue smart cards to members, and they can view bullion and cash-carrying permits by scanning the QR code on the card.
YGEA informed Facebook on 1 March that it will issue membership cards with a QR Code (Smart Card) containing a bullion licence and gold/cash carrier permits.
When asked if they can be seen by scanning the QR code, YGEA chairman U Myo Myint replied, “Yes. That is the first time.”
For members to handle their association-related matters smoothly, YGEA has arranged for them to pay annual fees for 2024 either in person at the office or through banks.
Member card renewals can also be done via UAB Pay and Onepay.
Anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing support training began on 1 March, with High Court lawyers U Kyaw Nyein and Daw Khin May Than giving lectures on the first day of the free gold training. — MT/ZN/ED

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