Building reliable payment systems and services

Building reliable payment systems and services

About the conference

This is a payments conference, with focus on the following topics:

  1. UPI is a year old. What are the challenges and opportunities for developers, PSPs, regulators, banks and other stakeholders in the ecosystem? How has UPI fared in the past one year – technically, in terms of user experience, and building trust with consumers and merchants to further the digital payments ecosystem?
  2. Interoperability: where we want to discuss how technology for interoperability interacts with regulations, not only in India, but also across the world.
  3. Blockchain: and its relationship – as practiced – with trust, decentralization and security.
  4. Digital payments, grievance redressal and trust: how do we build an open ecosystem where consumers develop trust in digital payments, and not drop off because of experiences with money lost in the pipeline.

Target Audience:

  1. Developers
  2. Product managers.
  3. Teams and representatives from banks.
  4. Representatives from regulatory bodies.
  5. Representatives from payment companies and startups.

Format

50p Mumbai is a single day, single track conference with:
- Panel discussions. - Short presentations of 20-30 mins. - 101 sessions. - Open Q&A sessions moderated by professionals from the ecosystem.

Conference date: 8 July, 2017

Venue: TBA

Contact

For more information about speaking proposals, tickets and sponsorships, contact 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

Madhusudanan

@onlymadhu

BharatQR - Is it addressing the real Bharat

Submitted Jun 26, 2017

BharatQR has been conceived as the world’s first fully interoperable mobile based push payments product that works on the Payments card network rails.

The common QR code standard works across payments networks that can be read by any participating mobile banking or wallet applications of Banks. The Customer scans a QR code that is displayed at a merchant outlet and their underlying customers bank account is debited before the funds are remitted to the merchants account linked to the QR. The merchant is instantly notified in his app or SMS for receipt of payment.

It is envisaged that with low or no Capex and lower perceived risk associated with push payments, the QR is expected to witness explosive growth interms of deployment. Post 811, the Government has also nudged banks and payment networks to bundle in all digital payment methods into the BharatQR. In effect the BharatQR will have card payments from mobile + UPI + Aadhaar as transaction keys.

The talk will focus on the basics of BharatQR, where we are as a market, the traction that we have had and how does it pan out over the next 12 months.

Outline

To be added

Speaker bio

https://www.linkedin.com/in/madhusudanan-r-82178b7/

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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