Join Sanchit Vir Gogia for Twitter Chat on #walletisdigital

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Join Greyhound Research (@Greyhound_R) and Sanchit Vir Gogia (@s_v_g) for a tweet-up on Digital Wallets: Will Digital Wallets Eliminate Traditional Transactions?

Panelists:

Moderator: Brian Pereira, Conference Head – CeBIT Global Conferences @brian9p

WHEN:

Wednesday, August 5, 2015, 0200 hrs – 0300 hrs (PDT)

Wednesday, August 5, 2015, 0500 hrs – 0600 hrs (EDT)

Wednesday, August 5, 2015, 1000 hrs – 1100 hrs (BST)

Wednesday, August 5, 2015, 1700 hrs – 1800 hrs (SGT)

Wednesday, August 5, 2015, 1430 hrs – 1530 hrs (IST)

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WHERE: Twitter.com or your favourite Twitter app, using #WalletIsDigital

WHAT: Digital wallets, which allow consumers to pay for purchases through devices such as mobile phones, are becoming popular, if an almost three-fold surge in the number of such transactions recorded between February and April this year is any indication. About 6.7 crore transactions worth Rs 1,196 crore were recorded through digital wallets in April compared with 2.4 crore payments totalling Rs 876 crore in February, according to Reserve Bank of India data. The total number of digital wallets as of April 2015 is 101.86 million.

PLEASE REMEMBER:

You tweet with #WalletIsDigital during the tweet-up so that your tweets show up to everyone participating in the tweet chat. Really, no point in missing out the action!

Goes without saying – but best when said – please take a moment and follow other fellow tweeters participating in the tweet-up — always great to grow your network with like-minded individuals.

Follow along, reply or ask questions, and enjoy! We look forward to seeing you on Twitter.

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