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Rohit Taneja

Rohit Taneja is the Co-Founder of Mypoolin - India's only social payments app. An alumni of IIT - Delhi, Rohit specialises in User Experience and Front end design; Embedded Hardware Design; Consumer/Professional Robotics and Circuits/Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems Design

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How I Lived Completely Cashless for 50 Days (Comfortably)

For parking lots, I chose to go for the one slightly farther away (to get digital acceptance) than the immediate one. Or in some cases, just parking in open areas where there are no charges (Trust me, there are a lot more places in all cities than people imagine)

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A surprise trigger, of a mixed nature, was dropped on the Indian economy on 8th November, 2016 when our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi banned the use of existing Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes. The most significant point to remember here is that these notes combined account for 86% of the total currency in circulation in India. As expected and as conveyed by the government as well, there was some short term pain for everyone after the announcement. Note that the word ‘short term’ in itself is subjective and varies from industry to industry as well as person to person.

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