Digital payments in India – Part 2 – The vision for a cash-lite society

2020 started on a good foot for transactions recorded on UPI. January 2020 saw a 7% increase in transaction-value compared to December 2019. Achieving INR 2.16 Trillion, UPI almost reached the value of transactions recorded on IMPS. 

#TheFireSideChat – Mihir Dalal talks to Amit Sharma

Did you know that the Bansals, almost sold off the company in 2008. Not just that, both Sachin and Binny Bansal were offered salaries of just Rs 15,000 a month

What startups want? #Budget2020

With the overwhelming discomfort on the taxation front, and the challenges with domestic capital flowing into the ecosystem, shouldn’t the government take the extra mile to support the wild ones who take the road full of risks and challenges? 

Everything you need to know about digital payments in India – Part 1

Has India well and truly embraced digital payments and become a cashless society because of the ease and convenience they offer? Are digital payments secure? What is the future of digital payments in India? These are the questions we cover in the next few blogs by Sahil, our payments expert. 

Disruption And Value

We live in the information age now. Or misinformation if you are keenly following developments across the world…….