Payment services like M-Pesa or Airtel money however have not taken off like they did in sub-Saharan Africa. It comes as no surprise that after Cholamandalam, Dilip Sanghvi along with IDFC Bank and Telenor Financial Services have decided to give ... Financial Express, 1 week ago
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Seven banks kick-off Ripple's blockchain network including Santander, UBS and UniCredit - '90 more in the pipeline'
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