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Alibaba-backed Paytm forays into digital gold

Consumers can buy and sell gold using their Paytm account for as low as $0.02 which will then be stored in lockers. Read more: e27.co

SoftBank plans $1.5bn investment in India’s Paytm

Japanese investment giant SoftBank plans to invest as much as $1.5bn into Indian payments firm Paytm. The investment will see Paytm valued at as much as $9m. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Transactions on Paytm now insured via free insurance cover

Paytm announced a free of cost insurance cover for users’ e-wallets. Read more: www.thetechportal.com

Paytm can be used as a payment channel for digital services

Paytm has now started recurring payments service for the companies working on a digital-subscription model for generating revenues. Read more: www.thetechportal.com

Paytm-investor K2 Global closes new $183m fund

Silicon Valley and Singapore-based VC firm K2 Global has closed its new fund with $183m to invest across Asia and the US. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Paytm ties up with 30 religious institutions to enable e-donations

Digitisation in the country is not only having an impact on mortal beings but is now also clutching Gods under its grip. Read more: thetechportal.com

Paytm E-Commerce and Snapdeal held merger talks

About a month back, exploratory talks had been held on merging Paytm's marketplace with Snapdeal in an all-stock transaction. Read more: tech.economictimes.indiatimes.com

Paytm to invest further into QR-based payments

Scoring big due to government’s demonetisation move, the digital payments major Paytm is now planning to bulk up its technological payment solutions. Read more: thetechportal.com

Mobikwik alleges Paytm of reporting inflated user base

One of the co-founders of Mobikwik, Upasana Taku, claims that Paytm is misleading the populace of the country by posting inflated user base and transaction numbers. Read more: www.thetechportal.com

Paytm gains permission to launches its Payments Bank

The Reserve Bank of India has granted the company permission to formally announce the launch of its Paytm Payments Bank. Read more: www.thetechportal.com

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