RBI's new restriction on proprietary is a big push towards making India a cashless economy.
Paytm Payments Bank is doubling down on its Fastag business, with the ease of ensuring transactions through the wallet, the bank wants to capture a massive chunk of toll payments flowing through the banking channels
Facebook representatives were summoned on October 23, while Twitter officials have been asked to appear on October 28, sources said
Paytm has also announced that it is building ‘next generation’ credit cards.
Paytm is also providing an offer, wherein users will get 2 per cent cashback up to Rs 200 on adding minimum Rs 50 using credit card, as per the message.
Paytm starts same day fund settlements to encourage businesses to adopt digital payments more. The feature can be enabled so as to settle funds into the merchant's account once, twice or even thrice every day
Company founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma, along with a few large stakeholders of the startup world, wants to unshackle ‘digital India’ from the likes of Google. Our regulators should either get acquainted with technology businesses or hire lateral talent, says Gondia of Goqii.
A rival app store might be a sub-optimal choice for most companies and a needless distraction from their core business. The wiser course would be to nudge the government into antitrust action and set fair rules
Paytm’s 'mini-app store' is an idea that other Indian apps such as JustDail and PhonePe have already tried.
The Paytm founder also claimed that the tech giant was not abiding by Indian laws and its actions are in violation of India's sovereignty. He also appealed to Indian start-ups to come together and stand against the "giant gorilla".
The move by Paytm is expected to benefit many Indian developers who want to build cheap and easily accessible web-apps to consumers in the country
Dozens of technology startups have considered forming a new startup association aimed chiefly at lodging protests with the government and courts against the US tech giant, says a report
Google Play Store has 27,00,000 apps and the Apple App Store 18,20,000. Between the two of them, they have everything covered. Billions of dollars and several years have gone into them. An Indian app store will have to go one up on them.
India already runs a mobile app store that lists over 1200 mainly government-backed applications, but also Paytm, and the government could also consider expanding that instead of starting from scratch, the official added.
Paytm makes a few changes to its promotions, but reiterates that it has not been involved in anything that can be considered betting or gambling
Paytm’s canny leader Vijay Shekhar Sharma turned the issue into one of Indian nationalism, but the fact is home-grown platforms will soon become equally powerful and exercise the same authority over companies like his
Paytm claimed that Google de-listed the app without giving the company an opportunity to respond.
In case you missed them, here are the biggest developments from the world of tech from the week ending September 19.
Paytm app was removed from the store for violating Google's policies.
Earlier today, Google pulled down Paytm's mobile application from its app store, citing policies on gaming and betting as the reason for the move.
Google has not provided an official reason as to why it removed Paytm app, but a recent blog post suggests gambling and/or betting as the reason behind its removal.
Google removed Paytm mobile app citing violation of its policies on gambling and betting.
The partnership with Sachin Tendulkar will also help increase the company’s reach in smaller cities and towns, Paytm added.
The home-grown financial technology firm said its losses have narrowed by 40 per cent on a year-on-year basis.
US-based cyber research firm Cyble had claimed that attackers have demanded 10 ETH, equivalent to USD 4,000.