1. Aiming at a 'cash-lite' society, which institution released a vision document for ensuring a safe, secure, convenient, quick and affordable e-payment system as it expects the number of digital transactions to increase more than four times to 8,707 crore in December 2021?

Answer: Reserve Bank of India

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