Yet any other “crypto ban” seems to be transient FUD.

In an interview with CNBC this morning, Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stated that experiences of a blanket ban on cryptocurrencies are overstated. While negotiations are ongoing, she stated she expects the result to be extra tempered:

“Yes, a lot of negotiations, discussions are happening, with Reserve Bank,” stated Sitharaman. “Obviously the Reserve Bank will be taking a quorum on how, what kind of unofficial currency, cryptocurrency will have to be planned, and how it has to be regulated. But also, we want to make sure that there’s a window available for all kinds of experiments which will have to take place in the crypto world.”

She went on to mention that laws would possibly not be as “severe” as were up to now reported. Authorities will “look inward” and take a “very calibrated” stance, by contrast to the “mixed messages coming in from across the world.”

“The world is moving fast with technology. We can’t pretend that we don’t want it. […] I can only give you this clue: that we are not closing our minds, we are certainly looking at ways in which experimentations can happen in the digital world, in cryptocurrency and so on.”

Finance Minister @nsitharaman says “Govt. wants to ensure there’s a window for experiments in cryptocurrency space”. ⁰Time for India to innovate and shine!@FinMinIndia

— BlockchainedIndia (@blockchainedind) March 6, 2021

The feedback from Sitharaman is undoubtedly a supply of aid for crypto companies, customers, and hodlers on the planet’s 2nd maximum populous nation. Earlier this month, a file from Bloomberg mentioning a senior Indian monetary minister stated that the rustic could be banning all cryptocurrencies. 

The hypothetical ban drew fashionable grievance from around the crypto group, with some likening it to an try to ban the Internet. Some firms discovered the experiences to be sizzling air, then again, and persevered on with traits apace. 


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