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Indian Crypto Firms propose policy ideas to government forward of a possible ban

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Apr, 07 2021

Apr, 07 2021

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Exchanges containing WazirXCoinDCX, and others are presenting government officials with their vision for how India should control crypto.


Crypto exchanges in India are scheduling to present the country’s government and central bank with their dream for a creative regulatory regime, The Economic Times stated Tuesday. 

The group are including WazirXUnocoinPaxfulCoinDCXPocketbitsZebPay, and Coinswitch – compiled a package of forms explaining the existing state of the crypto industry in India and possible ways to regulate it. 


The industry appeal comes as Indian lawmakers float a prospective ban on private cryptocurrencies. 


The bundle will be sent to Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, the Department of Economic Affairs, the Reserve Bank of India, and the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, rendering the report. 


The presentation, studied by CoinDesk, says India presently has more than 10 million crypto users, over half-a-million day traders and more than 3,000 people working in the crypto industry. The presentation references the money-laundering and environmental worries related to cryptocurrencies and proposes a package of policy suggestions. 


The exchanges recommended research on potential significance if India bans crypto, proposals on the upcoming regulation, a current code of conduct for crypto exchanges to accept and an overview of crypto regulation practices everywhere in the world. 


India is observing to pass its first-ever cryptocurrency legislation, however, Sitharaman partly soothed industry fears of outplaying. The finance minister said on March 15 the government will still permit certain windows for people to do trials on the blockchain, bitcoin, or cryptocurrency. 


Though, around a similar time, rumors happening circulating Indian authorities might begin blocking IP addresses of cryptocurrency exchanges. 


Regardless of the regulatory uncertainty, India has a lively crypto market, which grew meaningfully over the pandemic year of 2020, as CoinDesk formerly reported. The country has a big young population and is the major online market in the world, according to research data. 

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