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INTRODUCTION TO FINTECH AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY FinTech refers to the amalgamation of Finance and Technology wherein technology is used to streamline or develop traditional financial services. It includes software, algorithms, applications, and in some cases hardware too. It helps business owners to better manage their financial operations and processes, using these software. India is not...


INTRODUCTION In this article we attempt to provide an insight on the concept of Mutual Fund, How it works, it’s kinds, how the Digital Investment Platforms are helping investment sector grow exponentially in India and the regulatory framework governing such platform in the context of Mutual Fund. THE CONCEPT The “Mutual Fund” as the name...


INTRODUCTION What are Cryptocurrencies? Cryptocurrencies, or virtual currencies, are a new class of digital instruments, which exist without physical counterparts but can be exchanged peer-to-peer through blockchain technology. Such currencies are not issued by any sovereign institution or commercial banks, and thus, do not hold the value of legal tender. A significant aspect of cryptocurrency...


INTRODUCTION In an ever-changing and fast-paced digital ecosystem, data protection, privacy, and unlawful data sharing or misuse have all been making headlines in the recent past.  In the present times, not only data protection, but also data empowerment is a pressing concern for the citizens. Citizens should be given the right to utilize their data...

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