Brazil in 8th place in real-time transactions

The creation of instant payment system Pix by the Central Bank four months ago made Brazil climb one position among the countries that generate the most real-time transactions last year, reaching the eighth place and surpassing the United States. There were 1.3 billion transactions in 2020, a 58% increase over those recorded in 2019, shows a new global report from ACI Worldwide and GlobalData. The countries ahead of Brazil are India, China, South Korea, Thailand, the United Kingdom, Nigeria, and Japan.

Source: Valor International