In a country where cash is still king, a mobile app that offers online transactions is seeing 700,000 new users join the platform each day.
India’s Paytm has hit 200 million wallet users, CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma said Monday.
With this milestone reached, Sharma is also setting his company a new goal to get half a billion Indians to do online transactions using his app in the next four years.
Even though the six-year-old mobile wallet app has been fairly popular among urban Indians for years, it wasn’t until November last year when prime minister Narendra Modi declared the vast majority of cash invalid in the country that its relevance skyrocketed. Read more…
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