This research is conducted to study the factors influencing use of digital wallets among youth. The study used primary data which derived from questionnaires from the sample of 150 young adults. The purpose of this study is to identify the variables that affect E-wallet usage, to ascertain the correlation between independent and dependent variables, and to pinpoint the most crucial variable that affects E-wallet usage among students. Data analysis was done using the Statistical Package for Society Science (SPSS). Descriptive analysis and regression analysis were the three primary analyses carried out. The findings of this study demonstrated ease of use, security, and perceived risk influence youth intention to use digital wallet. Digital wallet services may draw and keep youthful consumers, increasing adoption rates, by providing a simple and hassle-free user experience. Additionally, promoting the robust security measures used by providers of digital wallets can have a big impact on how many users choose to use them.