August of Money: The Quest for Cashless Society

byMehul Desai

Kobo ebook | September 15, 2015

August of Money: The Quest for Cashless Society by Mehul Desai

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In the first of this new multi-part series, August of Money - The Quest for Cashless Society, author Mehul Desai brings together his unique perspectives as an entrepreneur and investor in the exciting world of FinTech, where technology-enabled emerging financial services are fundamentally changing the way consumers relate to money and transactions. Section I, covered in this edition, connects the dots between the various considerations in the road to cashless and lays the foundation for the remainder of the book, which is also outlined in this edition.

The August of Money examines the ongoing evolution of cash towards a true Cashless transaction environment. Based on the premise that while cash has always been a state-driven public utility whereas cash-replacement is a private endeavor, August of Money presents a different approach towards building a true Cashless Society, connecting the dots between the advent of eCommerce, Big Data and IoT, proposing the building blocks for the Utility and Usability, and speculating on how the ePlumbing for Cashless will impact everything from socioeconomic growth to national security.

August of Money is more than a book. In partnership with LTP, the world's fastest growing destination for FinTech news and insights, it is a platform for dialogue, engagement and inspiration to take concrete strides towards a cashless society. The journey starts here: Visit this page often for updates on the book, for an optional interactive multimedia edition and to stay tuned to additional content from the author and other partners who are co-explorers in the cashless journey.

Title:August of Money: The Quest for Cashless SocietyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 15, 2015Publisher:Mehul DesaiLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:099681700X

ISBN - 13:9780996817004

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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