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This study examines students' intentions in conducting Islamic philanthropy in Yogyakarta using Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) analysis. The sample used in this study included 100 students in Yogyakarta who had used Fintech to perform Islamic philanthropic activities such as paying infaq, shadaqah, zakat, and waqf. This research uses analytical techniques in the form of PLS-based Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). The results of the study concluded that: First, symbolic consumption has a significant influence on the perception of usability, the perception of ease of use, and the intention to use Fintech. Second, religiosity has a significant influence on the perception of usability, the perception of ease of use and the intention to use Fintech.

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Simbolic Consumption Religiosity Fintech TAM

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