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Startup Street: Will govt ban cryptocurrencies? Myntra bets on pent-up demand and how Generic Aadhaar's providing affordable medicines

Updated : June 16, 2020 02:35 PM IST

Last week a few reports suggested that the finance ministry was moving towards banning cryptocurrencies altogether. This move was not unexpected or out of the blue. Let us rewind a little after nearly two years of being impacted by RBI’s circular to not allow regulated entities to deal with cryptocurrencies, the sector got a big relief in March when the Supreme Court quashed those restrictions.

Megha Vishawanath discussed about developments related to cryptocurrencies  with Tanvi Ratna, crypto regulation & policy specialist and CEO of policy 4.0.

While the lockdown may have put a temporary halt on the sale of fashion and beauty products, Myntra is counting on the pent-up demand from consumers. It is in fact prepping to receive 20,000 orders a minute as part of its end-of-season sale. Myntra CEO Amar Nagaram talked to Megha Vishawanath about this and more.

While the lockdown may have put a temporary halt on the sale of fashion and beauty products, Myntra is counting on the pent-up demand among consumers and is in fact preparing to receive 20,000 orders a minute as part of its End of Reason Sale. Joining us to talk about this and more is Myntra CEO Amar Nagaram.

An 18-year-old entrepreneur who is on a mission to make medicines available to the masses at affordable prices. His venture Generic Aadhaar claims to provide drugs at up to 80 percent lower costs compared to branded counterparts. To find out how, Shruti Mishra talked to Arjun Deshpande, co-founder and CEO of Generic Aadhaar.
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