By now most of the world knows of the disruption India's monetary system has undergone as its government discourages paper cash and pushes digital alternatives, stopping short of outright forcing the issue.

But there's another challenge within the market. The way people transact in India's large and often technologically advanced cities can be very different from the countryside. And with hundreds of millions of people, India's rural areas and its urban centers are like different countries altogether.

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