RBI just banned Banks from dealing with Cryptoexchanges

A digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a central bank.

It is decided that nowonwords RBI not going to deal with a digital currency in which encryption techniques are usedare used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a central bank like Cryptoexchanges. RBI not provideing any service to bussiness entities as all as any individual entities dealing with VCs.

Going ahead no one will be able to buy cryptocurrency via banks or e-wallets etc in India as the RBI has effectively banned such entities from dealing with or providing services to any entities dealing with or settling virtual currencies.

digital currencies or Virtual currencies (VCs), also variously referred to as cryptocurrencies and cryptoassets. RBI asserted that it has repeatedly cautioned users, holders and traders of virtual currencies, including Bitcoins, regarding various risks associated in dealing with such virtual currencies.

RBI said addiong that if any regulated entities that provide such services shall exit the relationship within a specified time it will issue another circular for it.

In a move to regulate the cryptocurrency market in India, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley clarified in his Budget speech it is not legal tender and the government will discourage its use. However, he had mentioned that the government will look at the utilisation of blockchain technology.

There has been rising craze among investors to put in their hard-earned money into the highly volatile cryptocurrency market setting off alarm bells in the government.

Digital currency, led by the Bitcoin, which has been the most popular among the plethora of options, has gained immense popularity globally. However, the underlying assets have been highly volatile with price movements swinging wildly on news flow.

Globally, there has been a move to clamp down on crypto trading, with countries such as South Korea banning anonymous trade in such currency.

There have also been issues on safety of investors’ accounts against hackers. There have been several instances where accounts of investors have been hacked into by criminal elements who have fled with investor wealth. Currently, there is no way to retrieve such money lost to hackers.

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