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India’s largest internet & mobile body forms a blockchain committee

In a marked move to advance the development of the domestic blockchain ecosystem in India, the country’s influential internet industry association Read more:

Cryptocurrency scam case reaches a dead end in Mumbai

Roughly a year ago, Mumbai police accused the founder of ATC Coin Ltd. of running a cryptocurrency scam. Read more:

PayMate goes beyond B2B with SMB lending

India-based PayMate is expanding its offering beyond B2B payment services as it steps into the small business (SMB) lending market. Read more:

RevFin said to close seed round from group of angels

India-based digital lending platform RevFin has reportedly raised a seed round from a group of angels. Read more:

India’s securities regulator tight-lipped on crypto regulation

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) recently responded to some 68-questions about crypto asked by a New Delhi-based legal agency. Read more:

UK FinTechs descend on India as part of City trade mission

This Monday will mark the first day of the Rt. Hon. Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Charles Bowman, and his UK Business delegation in a trade mission to India. Read more:

Metro Cash and Carry India to focus on ecommerce

Metro Cash and Carry`s unit based in India has announced plans to launch an ecommerce platform by the end of 2018. Read more:

IL&FS loan default rattles India debt market

A top infrastructure lender in India is now being questioned by regulators over its $12.6 billion debt, just months after creditors gave the lender a seal of approval. Read more:

India’s FinTech firms fight against Aadhaar restrictions

Digital payments companies in India may collaborate with the finance and law ministries to lobby to be granted access to the Aadhaar biometric database. Read more:

India’s missed chance on mobile wallets back in 2007

I come from the space of Indian tech and banking growth. I started as an IT professional in a Read more: