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50p 2018

50p 2018

India's first independent conference on payments and the payment ecosystem

Introduction:

Following rapid changes in the payments ecosystem in 2016, we are now witnessing consolidation in the markets and among players. There are new challenges including security of payment apps, reaching target audiences beyond those in first-tier cities, and addressing questions of standardization.
In its third edition (after Bangalore and Mumbai), 50p will address the following the topics to understand the spectrum of payments and the issues that concern all the stakeholders in this ecosystem.

Topics for submitting talks:

Digital and electronic payments

  • Technology challenges

    • Integration of payment services (UPI, BharatQR, RuPay, AePS)
    • Handling failed transactions and offline transactions
    • CDN and building infrastructure to scale
    • Handling failures and breaches; redressal and response mechanisms
    • Web standards for payments (Chrome payments API, Status code 402)
  • Interoperability of payment methods

    • RBI’s “Master directions on issuance and operation of Prepaid Payment Instruments” Refer here
    • Building PoS terminals to maximize acceptance
    • Interchange and exchange fees
  • Wallets, payment banks

    • Scope for innovation and Over The Top (OTT) services
    • Catching up to banking (Deposits, savings schemes, lending)
    • Closed loop, semi-loop and open-loop wallets
    • Authentication, security and fraud detection
  • Credit & debit cards, IMPS and contactless payments

    • New technology in payments
    • Cardless payments (NFC, MSFT)
  • Payments by design in infrastructure

    • Transit cards
    • NFC payments
    • Building better infrastructure and handling scale
    • Adoption issues of transit cards
    • IoT in payments: vending machines, fuel pumps, toll booths etc
  • Security and authentication

    • KYC requirements, process and tech stack
    • Security vs convenience
    • PCI Compliance: Myths and Facts
    • Data security and protection
    • Fairness, Accountability and Transparency for ML in transaction data
    • Preventing bias in data driven decision making
    • Tackling socially engineered attacks, phishing and spoofing
    • Compliance, bank mandates, ISO certifications on the cloud
  • Building payment products and business models

    • Just in Time lending
    • Payment bots and automated payments
    • Credit based on alternative lending data
    • P2P lending
    • Cross border payments and remittances
    • Escrow services
    • Recurring billing and subscriptions
    • Building business models for Value Added Services
    • Using AI and ML in FinTech
    • Credit monitoring and personal finance

Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies

  • Technology challenges

    • Scaling with blockchain
    • Interoperability of tokens and coins
    • Designing systems to handle price surges
    • Distributed databases
    • Ripple (RTXP vs RTGS), Hyperledger (Distributed ledgers and supply chain management) and digital asset management
    • Digital identity
    • Remittances and escrow
  • Building products and business models

    • Increasing user adoption and developing consumer awareness
    • Cryptocurrencies in brick and mortar stores
    • Building with distributed consensus technologies
    • Where to use blockchain?
    • Scaling challenges and optimizing transaction costs
    • Hardware wallets and software wallets
    • Financial inclusion and serving the underserved
    • Invoice discounting
    • Scope for innovation in blockchain based products
    • Blockchain in the enterprise
    • Blockchain on the cloud
    • Blockchain for distributed storage
  • Investments and alternate lending methods

    • P2P lending and investments
    • ICOs, alt-coins and investments
    • Microlending
  • Grievance redressal, Security and Authentication

    • Security and safety of exchanges
    • Anonymous payments
  • Regulation and policy

    • Navigating the blockchain consortia
    • Regulating ICOs and token sale
    • Navigating the Indian regulatory landscape for cryptocurrencies

Banking

  • Building products and services:

    • Cross border fund transfer and escrow services
    • Remittances and clearing houses
    • Central billing services
    • Using technology as an enabler for inclusion
    • Building banking products (cardless EMIs, deferred payments etc)
    • Reaching marginalized, traditionally unbanked communities
    • Lessons from blockchain in openness
  • Technology challenges

    • Challenges in IT deployment
    • Overview of RTGS, NEFT - comparison to IMPS, UPI etc
    • Direct Beneficiary Transfer - Challenges
    • Security of banking systems
    • Is compliance and regulations limiting scope for innovation in banking?
    • Products based on using alternate consumer data
    • Onboarding challenges - building for next billion
    • Fully digital banking: dream to reality
  • Security, authentication and scaling

    • Data analytics and fraud detection
    • Fairness, Accountability and Transparency in ML/DL
  • History of banking

Payments space in India

  • Regulatory challenges

    • Increasing consumer participation - activated citizens
    • Understanding regulations - Policy 101
    • Framing regulations - Fin Tech policy wish list
    • Lessons from South East Asia - building scalable payment products
  • Technology challenges

    • Building interoperable system
    • Acceptance mechanisms
    • Adoption of cloud and distributed technology stacks
    • Future technology roadmap
    • Localization and accessibility of digital products

You can also propose to teach workshops on the following topics:
1. Deploying a payment gateway/wallet in your app/website 2. Building with blockchain 3. Designing interfaces for payment apps

If you are working on an area that is not listed above simply submit a proposal.

Target audience for the event, and who should propose to speak:

50p is a conference for practitioners, by practitioners. Submit a proposal to speak at 50p if you are:

  1. CEOs of payments companies.
  2. CTOs of payment companies.
  3. Heads of technology and product teams in banks.
  4. Working on DBT, UPI, BharatQR, payment integration, in a hands-on manner.
  5. Product managers in payment companies.
  6. Developers working in payments companies and banks.
  7. Architects.
  8. Data scientist – who has or is working on data analytics (and or fraud detection) – in payments.
  9. Designer working on payment products.
  10. Economists.
  11. Working on stock markets, capital markets, etc.
  12. Solving problems with remittance payments.
  13. Developers in third-party organizations which build solutions for payment companies and banks.
  14. Security professional working on security and auth.
  15. Economic historians.
  16. Cryptocurrency enthusiasts.
  17. Working on Blockchain.

Format

We are inviting proposals for:

  1. Full-length 40 minute talks.
  2. Crisp 15-minute talks.
  3. Sponsored sessions (limited slots available; subject to editorial scrutiny and approval).
  4. Hands-on workshops, of 3 and 6 hour duration.
  5. Off The Record (OTR) and Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions for 90 mins each.
  6. 5- and 10-min demos.
  7. Panel discussions.

We accept talks on open source technology, with the following caveats:

  1. If the technology or solution is proprietary, and you want to speak about your proprietary solution to make a pitch to the audience, you should pick up sponsored session. This involves paying for the speaking slot.
  2. If your solution / technology is available through a freemium model, it will fall under sponsored session category. 3. If the technology or solution is in the process of being open sourced, we will consider the talk only if the solution is open sourced at least two months before the conference.

If your tech stack is closed source, you should consider proposing a talk explaining your choices in the first place; what options you considered (business-wise and technology-wise) before you made the decision to build your own solution; what is your specific use case that left you without existing options and necessitated you to build your own solution.

Selection criteria:

The criteria for selecting proposals, in the order of importance, are:

  • Key insight or take away: what can you share with participants that will help them in their work and in thinking about the problem?
  • Structure of the talk and flow of content: a detailed outline helps us understand the focus of the talk, and the clarity of your thought process.
  • Ability to communicate succinctly, and how you engage with the audience. You must submit link to a two-minute preview video explaining what your talk is about, and what is the key takeaway for the audience.

We do not allow marketing or hiring pitches in talks or discussions. For a list of what is acceptable, refer to the guidelines below before preparing your presentation.

  • YES to great technical talks
  • YES to fascinating theory
  • YES to innovative ideas
  • YES to sharing stories from the field
  • YES to open source and community projects
  • NO to sales pitches disguised as presentations
  • NO to hiring announcements during or after talks
  • NO to swag and goodies in the auditorium
  • NO to presenter branding on stage
  • ALWAYS follow the HasGeek Code of Conduct

Separating editorial content from sponsorship is a hallmark of HasGeek conferences and something that our community appreciates.
If you are hoping to promote your product, reach out to developers, or to hire talent from our audience, we’d be happy to connect you to our sales and sponsorship team who can offer you suggestions in adherence to our conference editorial policies.

No one submits the perfect proposal in the first instance. We therefore encourage you to:

  • Submit your proposal early so that we have more time to iterate if the proposal has potential.
  • Talk to us on our community Slack channel: https://friends.hasgeek.com if you want to discuss an idea for your proposal, and need help / advice on how to structure it.
  • Our editorial team also helps potential speakers in honing their speaking skills, fine tuning and rehearsing content at least twice - before the main conference - and sharpening the focus of talks.

How to submit a proposal?

The following guidelines will help you in submitting a proposal:

  1. Focus on why, not how. Explain to participants why you made a business or engineering decision, or why you chose a particular approach to solving your problem.
  2. Share as much detail as possible about how you solved the problem. Glossing over details does not help participants grasp real insights.
  3. Focus on what participants from other domains can learn/abstract from your solution.
  4. We do not accept how-to talks unless they demonstrate latest technology. If you are demonstrating new tech, show enough to motivate participants to explore the technology later.
  5. Content that can be read off the internet does not interest us. Our participants are keen to listen to use cases and experience stories that will help them in their practice.

To summarize, we do not accept talks that gloss over details or try to deliver high-level knowledge without covering depth. Talks have to be backed with real insights and experiences for the content to be useful.

Passes and honorarium for selected speakers:

Selected speakers get a pass to the conference. We also pay an honorarium of Rs. 5,000 to each speaker, at the end of the talk as token of gratitude for taking the time to prepare and speak at the conference.
We do not provide free passes for speakers’ colleagues and spouses.

Travel grants for outstation speakers:

Limited travel grants are available for international and domestic speakers. We evaluate each case on its merits, giving preference to women, people of non-binary gender, and Africans. If you require a grant, request it when you submit your proposal in the field where you add your location. 50p is funded through ticket purchases and sponsorships; travel grant budgets vary.

About the curators of 50p: [This section will be updated as we confirm curators and peer reviewers for the conference.]

50p is a community event with crowd sourced content. The curators of this conference are:

  1. Abhishek Balaji: who thrives on food, shelter and bandwidth. Part-time adult and full-time all rounder, Abhishek is editor, video producer and part of the content team at HasGeek. He babbles at https://twitter.com/booleanbalaji
  2. Zainab Bawa: bespectacled and spectacular editor-in-chief at HasGeek. Her opinions and insights are public on https://twitter.com/zainabbawa
  3. Srikanth Lakshmanan: runs Cashlessconsumr, a consumer advocate forum focusing on the new age consumer focus in digital payments.

Venue:

NIMHANS Convention Center
Hosur Road, Lakkasandra, Behind Bus Stop,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560029

First round of proposal submissions are closed. Write to 50p.editorial@hasgeek.com if you want to submit a proposal. Proposals will be reviewed as we receive them. Do not forget to upload slides and preview video when submitting your talks.

Contact:

For questions on speaking proposals write to editorial@hasgeek.com. For information about tickets and sponsorships, write to info@hasgeek.com or call +91-7676332020.

Hosted by

50p, formerly an annual conference held in 2017 and 2018 on digital payments - is turning into round-the-year forum for conversations and collaborations on the #payments ecosystem, and associated #fintech topics. Follow 50p on Twitter. more

Accepting submissions

Not accepting submissions

Madhusudanan

BharatQR - Is it addressing the real Bharat

BharatQR has been conceived as the world’s first fully interoperable mobile based push payments product that works on the Payments card network rails. more
  • 0 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 06 Oct 2017
Crisp talk Advanced

Abhay Rana (Nemo)

The secret life of Bank Codes

A short talk on various Banking codes in India (primarily IFSC), their history, regulation, and how we (Razorpay) have been using them. The talk focuses on us maintaining the open source IFSC API that we provide to fintech companies in India (https://ifsc.razorpay.com) and what we’ve learned in the last 2 years doing that. more
  • 11 comments
  • Rejected
  • 11 Oct 2017
Crisp talk Beginner

Polyglot.Network Team

Indium: Building A crypto-fund for makers & doers

Blockchains have enabled tokenization (and therefore funding) of not just businesses, but “projects” in general. This is a paradigm shift. These projects can range from open-source software (eg: Linux or Apache), to a lone developer building something cool as a side-project, to social movements (eg: Net Neutrality), to non-profit organizations sponsoring mid-day meals for rural children, to teach… more
  • 1 comments
  • Rejected
  • 27 Oct 2017
Crisp talk Beginner

Srinivasu

Accessibility in Digital Payments

State of accessibility support in digital payments and best design practices for mobile / web / face to face digital payments, both from technology standpoint as well as real world challenges in designing successful accessible more
  • 3 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 02 Nov 2017
Full talk Intermediate

Srikanth Lakshmanan Proposing

Data driven analysis on role of Aadhaar in Payment Systems

Aadhaar has been cited as a major driver to financial inclusion and providing the infrastructure to under-banked to make payments, access banking through banking correspondants. Understand the role of various payment systems which use aadhaar and analyze their performance from available data related to them. more
  • 1 comments
  • Cancelled
  • 13 Nov 2017
Full talk Beginner

Pranay Prateek

Fundamentals of CryptoEconomics - Application in Blockchain

Blockchain and ICOs are the new buzzword of our times. But the real potential of blockchain lies in providing a new incentivisation mechanism through crypto-tokens. Cryptoeconomics is the branch which deals with design of mechanisms for incentivising desired goals in a blockchain based systems. more
  • 0 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 15 Nov 2017
Crisp talk Intermediate

Udbhav Tiwari

Information breaches in FinTech and how to handle them

Information breaches are a serious concern for businesses and consumers alike. Businesses risk losing customer data, trust and even revenue when a breach happens. For cunsumers, they risk getting personally identifiable data out in the open, which can be misused. more
  • 0 comments
  • Cancelled
  • 17 Nov 2017
Full talk Intermediate

Akash Mahajan

OSINT Techniques for Pwning Fintech

Attackers have been using OSINT techniques against HVT successfully to identify and exploit information assets. Unfortunately, conventional security assessment and guidance doesn’t address these exposures very well. This talk delves into what are some of the techniques Fintech companies should be using to build a complete picture of its Internet exposed assets. Once this big picture is available,… more
  • 0 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 17 Nov 2017
Full talk Intermediate

Chris Stucchio

Low rate loans for ladies, stags pay extra: The Role of Ethics in AI/ML

Fairness in AI is the intersection of analytical philosophy and mathematics; the goal is to specify an ethical system so accurately and completely that it can be implemented in computer code. In this talk, I’ll discuss what an AI/ML system will and won’t do, and dispell a number of myths that seem to be floating around. more
  • 0 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 20 Nov 2017
Full talk Beginner

JUSPAY Technologies Pvt Ltd

What we learnt building BHIM in just 3 weeks

How functional programming techniques and a fully Javascript based app development platform helped us to build BHIM & *99# in 3 weeks. more
  • 1 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 20 Nov 2017
Full talk Intermediate

Abhishek Balaji Proposing

Building apps and services with UPI: A technical deep dive

UPI is one of those innovations that come along every once in a while and transform the landscape. By reducing friction in payments, it has opened up new product possibilities. To unlock those possibilities you need to know your way around and ask the right questions. This talk is a sort of techno-business map that we’ve plotted from our own journeys in the UPI universe. more
  • 0 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 24 Nov 2017
Crisp talk Intermediate

Abhishek Balaji Proposing

UPI enable your app in minutes

You’ve worked hard to create an awesome experience for your customers in your app. But you know that the payment experience is sub-optimal. It’s time to change that. With UPI, you can now reduce friction in the payments process where it (almost) looks invisible. In this workshop, we show you how. more
  • 2 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 26 Nov 2017
Workshop Intermediate

Rohit Taneja

Debunking the myths and putting light on UPI

A phenomenon that is nothing short of a revolution goes by the name of UPI (Unified Payments Interface). However, most people have not been able to experience the revolution and the magic moment that comes along when paying with it. Part of that stems from the myths that keep floating around, regarding how it might not be that secure and worthwhile. more
  • 0 comments
  • Cancelled
  • 27 Nov 2017
Crisp talk Advanced

Chandrasekhar Subramanyam

Credit Rating Transistion using Financial & Text Analytics

BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF WORK ON CREDIT RATING TRANSISTION The credit rating of financial instruments is one of the factors that play a significant role while making investment decisions. Credit rating companies provide information about the credit stability/ transitions (deterioration/ up gradation) of the debt instruments using financial parameters, industry parameters, and external environment at qua… more
  • 0 comments
  • Rejected
  • 02 Dec 2017
Crisp talk Intermediate

Hemal Kotecha

Design Strategy enabling Real time Payment

Digital Payment has taken a fast stride after demonitization and with UPI transactions crossing over 100 Million in November 2017. Merchants, Banks , Service provider and are rushing to adapt change in digital landspace. India and World is gradually moving to Cardless transaction But, While adaption is taking place there are various parameters that needs to be consider to design a Payment System … more
  • 0 comments
  • Rejected
  • 03 Dec 2017
Full talk Advanced

Abhishek Balaji Proposing

Technical overview of recurring payments using e-NACH and UPI v2

Recurring billing has been difficult in India for a while. There’s lengthy paperwork and the terms are not flexible. ECS changed that by simplifying the sign-up process. With NACH, the approval process moved online, but largely remained the same workflow. more
  • 0 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 04 Dec 2017
Full talk Intermediate

Abhishek Balaji Proposing

Interoperability and merchant Onboarding challenges with BharatQR

Learn more about the challenges Visa faced in increasing the adoption of BharatQR in India and how those challenges were solved from a technical and a product perspective. more
  • 0 comments
  • Cancelled
  • 04 Dec 2017
Crisp talk Intermediate

Starakjeet Nayak

From Data to Dollars – Using Advanced Data Technologies to Minimize Fraud Loss.

In the world where digital payment is increasingly becoming commonplace, it is important to keep a check on fraud loss. Fraud pressure on popular payments companies is on an upsurge and if left unattended, it can potentially eliminate the business. One way to keep a tap on the fraudulent activities is to leverage the humongous amount of data that flows in with every transaction or user activity o… more
  • 3 comments
  • Rejected
  • 08 Dec 2017
Full talk Intermediate

Hemanth.HM

Web Payments

A deeep dive and application of W3C Web Payments Browser API, usecase, advantages and demos. more
  • 2 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 09 Dec 2017
Crisp talk Intermediate

Praneeth Bodduluri

Building a Fintech startup and losing 10% : Stories from the field

This talk gives a gist of Traditional/Co-operative banking, Banking software, Wallet ecosystem, Mutual fund APIs/Products, Investment advisory, Lending, Insurance and the regulations that sit behind them in India. In July 2017, A friend and I quit our jobs to start a Fintech company. In the months that followed, we ended up navigating and learning quite a bit about various pieces that constitute … more
  • 2 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 09 Dec 2017
Crisp talk Beginner

GANDHI KISHOR ADDANKI

Standardized Payment Experience on Web with Wallets

The check-out experience on e-commerce web site is cumbersome. One in four cart abandonments are happening due to “too long / complicated checkout process”. W3C’s Web Payments WG is trying to bring a unified check out experience at web scale using Payment Request API. W3C Web payments also simplifies paying on web with Wallets. This talk focuses on Wallets integration on web with open specificati… more
  • 1 comments
  • Rejected
  • 09 Dec 2017
Crisp talk Beginner

Rohan Jahagirdar

Factoring in financial literacy in the changing landscape of mutual funds industry

In the last few years a number of online platforms have come up which allow consumers to go for a direct plan - ones that don’t involve parting with a hefty trail commission. more
  • 1 comments
  • Rejected
  • 11 Dec 2017
Crisp talk Beginner

Poorna V.

Art of building an Highly Available Large Scale Payments Processing System

In the fast changing world, where money has moved from physical form to cloud, with millennials getting into the mainstream, technology changing everyday, physical stores being replaced with virtual ones, the way to pay and get paid, the way the commerce is conducted has drastically changed. Technology has shrunk the size of the globe, and brought people closer to each other surpassing all the bo… more
  • 4 comments
  • Rejected
  • 11 Dec 2017
Full talk Advanced

Pavan Punaroor

Building Rich Analytics For Merchants

For any merchant selling online, advanced data analytics based on the payment transaction data could be a game changer. The more information they have on their visitors, sales and check out data it helps the merchants to serve the customers better. It is also a critical for the payment processor to serve the data and analytical information to merchants in a clear and concise manner for them to ac… more
  • 3 comments
  • Rejected
  • 11 Dec 2017
Crisp talk Intermediate

Ashwath Kumar

Security of Cryptocurrency wallets/mining

Cryptocurrency has become a major investment area for investors given the recent boom in prices of coins like Bitcoin, Ethereum etc. There are a couple of options to store cryptocurrencies like exchange, offline wallet, physical wallet etc. With the sudden surge of cryptocurrency prices, it is has become a playground for the hackers as well. more
  • 1 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 16 Dec 2017
Crisp talk Intermediate

Srikanth Lakshmanan

State of UPI - Observations from reluctant observer

The talk will look through UPI ecosystem through its apps, app integrations, technical upgrades to UPI specification, security incidents of UPI along with upcoming changes to UPI and the potential impact in making UPI payments. more
  • 1 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 27 Dec 2017
Full talk Intermediate

Nishanth Kumar

The year that wasn't: Reviewing Payments Regulations

India has a rich and diverse payments infrastructure. The eco-system of Payment Service Providers (PSPs) has undergone rapid evolution in India over the recent past with the advances in technology and yet, there still exists hurdles to enabling ubiquitous access to payment services. In 2016, the Committee on Digital Payments (the Watal Committee) was formed with the objective of reviewing the exi… more
  • 0 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 10 Jan 2018
Crisp talk Beginner

Chaitra Chidanand

Rethinking payment UX for emerging markets.

Systemic lack of trust is an economic drag on commerce - especially e-commerce. Indian merchants are making core changes to their UX to fill this gap. Payment partners should think hard of how they can be enablers of such customer experiences, and deliberately build for it. more
  • 0 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 23 Jan 2018
Crisp talk Beginner

Abhishek Balaji Proposing

Introduction to smart contracts and applications of blockchain

While blockchain is all the rage right now, there is a process to go from your idea to actually implementing something on it. Learn about how to you can build your Distributed application using the blockchain. You will learn about what the blockchain is and about ethereum. You will also learn how to interact with the blockchain via smart contracts and how we can program them using Solidity. more
  • 1 comments
  • Confirmed
  • 29 Jan 2018
Workshop Beginner

Abhishek Balaji Proposing

Future of Point of Sale devices

PoS devices have changed rapidly in the last year, from being a device to only accept cards, to now allowing payments through UPI, BharatQR, contactless and even offers services like EMIs and cashback offers. The panel will review the past year in PoS devices, the developments, policies around MDR and new and emerging technologies. more
  • 0 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 29 Jan 2018
Panel discussion Intermediate

Abhishek Balaji Proposing

Regulation for innovation

We’ve seen several regulations come out for the FinTech industry in 2017. Most of these regulations seem to be reactive than pro-active. Are these regulations inhibiting innovation in the industry? Are some players being given unfair advantages? What happened to the Watal Committee recommendations? The panel aims to address all these with particpants from NBFCs, policy institutions, industry stal… more
  • 0 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 29 Jan 2018
Panel discussion Intermediate

Abhishek Balaji Proposing

UPI - looking back and future roadmap

UPI has seen a rapid growth and the adoption is only going to increase over the next year. If you’re building apps and services on top of UPI, there are a lot of unanswered questions. This Birds of a Feather session aims to provide a discussion space for all stakeholders in the UPI platform to come together and discuss the pain points, quirks and what lies ahead for UPI. more
  • 1 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 29 Jan 2018
Panel discussion Intermediate

Abhishek Balaji Proposing

Panel: Structuring teams and organizations in FinTech

With the FinTech space rapidly growing, companies need to rethink how they structure internal teams to be more agile with policy changes and regulations. The panel will touch upon how team structures have changed with FinTech companies and what the best strategies for organizing teams are. more
  • 1 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 30 Jan 2018
Panel discussion Intermediate

Abhishek Balaji Proposing

Common security pitfalls in payment apps

Learn about the common security pitfalls and goof-ups in payment apps. more
  • 2 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 30 Jan 2018
Full talk Intermediate

Abhishek Balaji Proposing

ICOs, best practices and legal aspects

1) How is the sale of tokens different from investing by VCs? 2) Are ICOs making it more accessible for the average user to invest in a company? 3) How to select an ICO you want to invest in and what you should know before putting your money down? 4) Current space in India and regulatory challenges. more
  • 1 comments
  • Confirmed & scheduled
  • 30 Jan 2018
Full talk Beginner

Hosted by

50p, formerly an annual conference held in 2017 and 2018 on digital payments - is turning into round-the-year forum for conversations and collaborations on the #payments ecosystem, and associated #fintech topics. Follow 50p on Twitter. more