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Money Control, 16 March 2018:
Blockchain-based P2P payments company Cashaa aims to be a mobile-only digital bank in India
Africa Portal, 14 December, 2017:
No magic bullet: Cryptocurrencies and complexities in Africa
Ani News, 13 November, 2017:
Auxledger emerges as India's largest blockchain network; backs Cashaa for all India operations
Blockchain News, 06 November, 2017:
Cashaa to Partner with Agrello to Offer Borderless Financial Products
Business Insider, 26 October, 2017:
Cashaa Partners with Airbitz for Secure and Speedy Global Payments
Blockchain News, 23 October, 2017:
Cashaa announces new expert advisory board members for its token sale and beyond
The Merkle, 17 October, 2017:
Cashaa’s token sale is one of the few token sales backed by a unique proven platform which has been beta-testing with 12,770 registered users from 141 countries
FutureTech Podcast, 13 October, 2017:
FutureTech Podcast interview with Kumar Gaurav, Founder & CEO of Cashaa - Blockchain-based, global financial services platform
Business Standard, 12 October, 2017:
Top 100 Most Influential Blockchain Company Cashaa launches CAS tokens
India, 12 October, 2017:
Cashaa launches CAS tokens to expand into new geographies and drive innovation
Cointelegraph, 27 September 2017:
Gaurav also identifies Cashaa to be another example of P2P Blockchain implementation that can enable investors to participate in global economy in a decentralised way.
TechInAsia, 25 September 2017:
Cashaa has a proven product for remittances or money transfers and digital wallet
Cointelegraph, 21 September 2017:
Cashaa cards based solution in India to facilitate the use of cryptocurrencies in a fully regulated way
Investing Channel, 20 July 2017:
In Cashaa, the Bitcoin part is completely in thebackground, enabling any sender to benefit from Bitcoin in the easiest way without having to know about it.
Let's Talk Payments, 9 June 2017:
[Cashaa] serves both the banked and unbanked masses and gives the poorest the opportunity to equally benefit from the advantages that bitcoin brings, without them having to know about what it is.
Coindesk, 22 April 2017:
There are a few features that stand out with Cashaa, being able to process the whole payment chain.
Irish Tech News, 9 April 2017:
Cashaa is a unique idea to leverage the untapped potential of bringing together industry in a way that creates a win-win model for everyone.
BitcoinChaser, 22 March 2017:
Cashaa is giving cryptocurrency trading a new purpose with more benefits.
Richtopia, since 13 March 2017:
Cashaa ranked among the Top 100 Most Influential Blockchain
NewsBtc, 15 January 2017:
A peer-to-peer marketplace designed to facilitate the transfer of fiat currencies from sender to recipient in a straightforward manner unlike many other blockchain-based remittance services in the recent years.
Bitcoinist, 30 December 2016:
Cashaa manages to solve this major problem using Bitcoin’s technological ‘backbone’, the blockchain.
BtcManager, 13 October 2016:
Cashaa capitalizes on the revolutionary power of blockchain technology to fuel a new normal in the cash transfer industry.
Bitcoin Magazine, 13 October 2016:
Cashaa’s advantage in the space lies in the company’s business model while the digital currency aspect of the transaction happens in the background.
Nasdaq, 13 October 2016:
Cashaa alleviates several of the challenges that Bitcoin remittance companies have been facing in Africa.
Cointelegraph, 18 September 2016:
Africa will get the maximum advantage through Cashaa’s system ultimately saving ordinary people billions of dollars, which are currently lost in fees.
Wprost, 25 August 2016:
Cashaa is a revolutionary system and uses a very good fully peer-to-peer mechanism in which banks and credit card companies are not involved, while saving a great deal of money.
Bitcoin.com, 8 August 2016:
It’s as simple as opening a new Gmail account for instance. Money senders are not required to know anything about wallets, bitcoin, the blockchain, or other cryptocurrencies.
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