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Rohit pande , Have a view on many things but happy to thras Dec, 08 2016

Could there be a window of funding too for startups supporting Demonit...


So, students can get extra credit for promoting the cashless economy


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Students-backing-note-ban-to-earn-extra-credits-from-December-12/articleshow/55844973.cms


perhaps even more people would support this step if the withdrawal limit for supporters could be raised or at least a commitment that they can get 24,000 Rs in one go.


Its easy for the government to incentivize its way to even further popularity.

So, students can get extra credit for promoting the cashless economyhttp://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Students-backing-note-ban-to-earn-extra-credits-from-December-12/articleshow/55844973.cmsperhaps even more people would support this step if the withdrawal limit for supporters could be raised or at least a commitment that they can get 24,000 Rs in one go.Its easy for the government to incentivize its way to even further popularity.

Sakshi Sharma , Freelancer Designer Dec, 08 2016


People are doing it without any incentive


Rohit pande , Have a view on many things but happy to thras Dec, 08 2016


And now imagine if there were incentives


Any person in any bank line would agree to support for some cash.