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Indian exchanges launch operation looking for to prevent prospective crypto ban

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Feb, 17 2021

Feb, 17 2021

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The exchanges have set up websites helping groups email members of parliament. Indian cryptocurrency exchanges have taken place a joint initiative to influence parliament to regulate cryptocurrencies relatively than execute an outright ban. 

Beneath the #IndiaWantsBitcoin movement, the exchanges have launched websites –indiawantsbitcoin.org and indiawantscrypto.net. It will help Indian citizens email their legislatures at the Loksabha (the lower house of parliament) requesting for positive and liberal regulation of the Crypto markets. 

The movement has been launched in answer to the government’s strategy to table the Cryptocurrency and Guideline of Authorized Digital Currency Bill 2021, which would possibly prompt the growth of a digital rupee while prohibiting “private cryptocurrencies.” While precisely what the bill means for cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether isn’t clear, the industry has worries. 

The five email templates accessible on both websites focus the positive role cryptocurrencies can play in aiding Prime Minister Narendra Modi to realize his purpose of a “digital India” and “atmanirbhar Bharat” (self-reliant India). 

Alternative says a potential ban would knowingly affect the ecosystem, including 10-20 million cryptocurrency users, 340 startups on condition that related services and direct work to 50,000 Indians. 

The Indian crypto business has witnessed concrete growth meanwhile the Supreme Court overruled the Reserve Bank of India’s banking prohibition on cryptocurrency firms in March 2020. 

As per the current data from Venture Intelligence, investments value a whopping $24 million have gone into several crypto firms from India in the year 2020, Sumit Gupta, CEO of the Mumbai-based CoinDCX exchange, said Coin Desk. 

As such, a likely ban may affect important economic harm for the world’s second-most populous country, as well as harm the cryptocurrency markets. 

Though, an Indian minister just hinted any prohibition may be limited, asserting that the government aims to control illicit cryptocurrency transactions and bar their use in payments. 

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Vandana Mrigwani

CBW - External Analyst


18 Feb 2021

I think the Government of India should open the gates for cryptocurrency and not block it

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