By offering bitcoin based payment solutions, ePaisa has now become the first Indian payment processor to include bitcoin into its solutions offering. Over 500 outlets using ePaisa’s payment solutions in New Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Surat and Ahmedabad will now accept bitcoin payments. India's adoption of fintech has led the charts along with China and has around 2,000 fintech start-ups by 2019. The government of India has played a key role by starting the Digital India ... Bitcoin’s popularity in India is steadily growing, particularly in the country’s third most populous city, Bangalore. Leading Indian bitcoin exchange Unocoin is based in the city, and has been helping merchants accept bitcoin there. Bitcoin.com talked to CEO Sathvik Vishwanath about the bitcoin economy in Bangalore and throughout India. Startup ePaisa which offers multi-lingual mobile-based applications for cash and card payments has launched a first-of-its-kind initiative enabling its merchant outlets to accept bitcoins as a mode of payment. The service will be available in around 500 outlets of epaisa in New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Surat and Ahmadabad. “Around 35 thousand bitcoins have been traded in India last year, and ... Find all the Bitcoin startups in Startup Ranking featuring startups/companies like Coinbase, LocalBitcoins, Bitso, Lolli, Coinigy, Bitkub, Arzdigital.
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