What you need to know about post haste

Today, there is a lot more noise in the world of business. 

It is time for us to take stock of the world’s best post haste startups.

Post haste is a startup that uses blockchain technology to enable fast, cheap and secure payments for online and offline transactions. 

In a world where digital currencies are increasingly used, many businesses are also looking to the blockchain as a solution to mitigate transaction costs. 

This is why the Post haste team has been working to make Post haste a top 10 startup in India, a list that includes several top startups such as Paytm, Myntra, and Digital Currency Group. 

Today, we are announcing a new initiative to help our Indian startups to grow in this disruptive industry. 

To help us achieve this goal, we have created the Post Haste Accelerator, a project where we are setting aside a portion of our annual revenue to help the startups grow. 

The Post haste Accelerator aims to attract startups with a promising business model to come to India, and then help them get a foothold in this rapidly evolving and disruptive space. 

We have identified six startup companies that are likely to be among the top 10 startups in India within the next two to three years. 

Here are the startups we are targeting:Paytm, an online payment platform that was founded in 2016, aims to provide free, secure and hassle-free payments for merchants. 

Paytm has already been valued at $1 billion and has raised $1.2 billion from an undisclosed group of investors. 

One of the most exciting things about Paytm is that it is building a new model for online payments in India. 

Through this new model, Paytm plans to offer free payments to all merchants.

The new Paytm app allows merchants to accept payments by using their own devices or through the mobile app, with Paytm making it possible to accept money without entering a credit card number. 

Another interesting thing about PaymT, is that the app does not have any chargeback policies.

This means that customers will not be charged for their transactions.

Paytm was founded by former Apple CEO JB Straubel and recently joined forces with his brother-in-law Paytm Global CEO Deepak Kapoor to form Paytm Paytm. 

These are some of the other big companies that we are hoping to target in the future:Bijou, a mobile payments platform, aims at being the default payment method for all mobile transactions in India by offering an easy-to-use app for both offline and online transactions.

The platform has raised about $4.5 million in funding. 

Jantu, an app that helps businesses accept payments on their website, has raised over $7 million in capital to date. 

Bubblepay, an Indian ecommerce startup, is currently valued at about $50 million. 

Launched in 2015, Bubblepay aims to be the leading Indian e-commerce platform by 2018. 

Its team is composed of former Flipkart co-founders Binny Bansal and Vinod Khosla and former Snapdeal co-founder Anurag Saxena. 

Comet, a cloud payment solution for payments in real time, has already raised around $1 million in a funding round led by Sequoia Capital. 

Kiran Nair, a Delhi-based software engineer, is an investor in Bubblepay. 

Mojang, a digital video streaming platform, has been valued between $500 million and $1 Billion. 

A team of 20 people, headed by a veteran of Apple’s App Store, created Mojang Video by combining the expertise of the Apple app and the technology that powers Apple’s iMovie. 

Django, a software platform for building software for mobile applications, is valued between about $1B and $5B. 

Digital Currency Group, a startup incubator, aims towards becoming a leader in the space by 2020. 

“Post haste is not a one-time phenomenon.

It is a phenomenon that will be with us for a long time,” says Kunal Bhargava, co-Founder and CEO of Post haste. 

So what are you waiting for?

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