Razorpay launches 'MemePay', World’s First Meme-based Payment Method
Having seen a phenomenal rise in the creation and social-sharing of memes, Razorpay, India’s leading Payments (and now meme) platform, today announced the launch of MemePay, the World’s First Meme-inspired Payment Method. Thanks to the universal nature of memes, now anyone can create a meme in the language of their choice, and use them to make instant payments online. The new feature currently allows only static meme images to be minted, with an update for Gifs and videos to be launched in the near future. More importantly, the company will price the submitted memes through its proprietary Galaxy Brain Neural Network. This will ensure that individuals always get a fair and right price for their memes.
According to Wikipedia (every millennial’s fact-check bible), a meme is a type of an idea, a behaviour, or style (meme) that is spread via the Internet, often through social media platforms and especially for humorous purposes. In the past twelve months, the world has witnessed the democratisation of finance via new currencies like dogecoin, communities like Wallstreet bets and MemEconomy. Now even investors have started buying NFTs (Non-Fungible Token) almost every day. Razorpay, who has always been at the forefront of innovation in the Fintech economy strongly believes that memes truly are the currency of the future. The company believes that MemePay has the potential to power billions of dollars in commerce and could possibly be even larger than UPI.
Disclaimer: Meme Investments are subject to Elon Musk’s tweets. Please read his Twitter feed carefully before investing. Razorpay launched this feature on April 1st, Fool’s Day. Our intention is to demean any person or event. Pinky promise!