Register for YourStory’s Paysa 2022

YourStory is proud to present Paysa 2022, a two-day virtual BFSI/fintech event, on June 10 and 11, where we speak with the country’s foremost finance leaders, innovators, and game-changers about our relationship with money and how it’s changing paradigms.
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Hello Readers,

Over the last few years, India’s relationship with money has changed drastically—how we earn, spend, invest—and nothing says more about this than the burgeoning fintech sector in the country.

At $31 billion today, India’s fintech market is set to hit $150 billion in the next three years—one of the fastest-growing in the world—with adoption rates much higher than the global average.

The segment is so ahead of the curve in India that international markets are studying homegrown payment models such as the Unified Payments Interface (UPI).

To understand this growth and the factors behind it, YourStory presents Paysa 2022—a two-day event on June 10-11—with the best minds in the segment,

Our agenda is simple: Decoding India’s relation with money and technology.

Click here for more details on Paysa 2022.


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Before you go, stay inspired with…

You don’t need funds, or even people to tell you what to do. All you need is the will to take that first step and just start.

- Kavya Saxena, founder, Craftpotli


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