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Abstract

This paper ventures to emphasize the important role of digital payments and the accession of digital payments by consumers by defining the influencing factors of captivating digital modes that are certain to the environment of digital payment. This paper attempts to explore the substantial role of streaming online services of entertainment perceiving to modify the culture of media consumption.

Keywords

Digital payment ,Security, Privacy, trust, Consumer Behaviour, Digital India. Mobile Payments, Technological evolution, Digital Trends, Media Consumption, Online streaming

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Anita Verma, “INNOVATIONTRENDS AND INNOVATIONADOPTION BY CONSUMERS: A STUDY OF DIGITAL REVOLUTION DEVELOPMENTS”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 3, no. 2, p. 12, Apr. 2018.

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