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Transak onboards former Paytm Money executives


Crypto payment gateway startup Transak has appointed Rajat Mehrotra as the head of engineering and Sharad Agarwal as the head of product, design, and data, the company said in a statement.

Both Mehrotra and Agarwal held leadership positions at Paytm Money, heading engineering and product respectively. They have been instrumental in building the foundation of Paytm’s stock trading platform and will be bringing the same understanding of customer adoption and experience to Transak.

Founded by Sami Start and Yeshu Agarwal in 2019, Transak’s mission is to make web3 applications accessible with India as a key market. With an objective to catalyse mass adoption of crypto transactions, Mehrotra and Agarwal will play a pivotal role in empowering and enabling the Dapps built worldwide.

Mehrotra has built up a diverse technology experience for nearly two decades, creating large and scalable tech products in the fintech and ecommerce space.

Agarwal has been responsible for building numerous game-changing products including onboarding millions of first-time investors to Paytm Money. With over 14 years of experience, he has worked across various sectors and functions in companies like Flipkart, Paytm, Intuit and Synopsys.

“We are delighted to onboard the finest tech leaders from India with whom we share our passion for simplifying crypto transactions in Indian and International markets. They come with a combined experience of 35 years to elevate our vision to boost crypto adoption and tap into the true potential of India as an early web3 adopter,” said Sami Start, co-founder, Transak.

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India is at the forefront of global crypto adoption and Transak is looking to double down on its presence in the country to empower the next generation of Web3 developers.

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