The constant fear that the government can break the crypto movement with regulatory concerns is very much present in the people. But actually, crypto has not reached such important levels for the government to sound reason to oversee it. There is, however, a political think tank whose job is to come up with ways on how to govern the crypto industry.


Nischal Shetty, CEO of local crypto commerce Wazirx, began the social media campaign for constructive crypto regulations 213 days ago. While wishing Jaitley a quick recovery, he emphasized how “Bharat needs crypto rules” and “we’ll guarantee that Bharat equals in this vanguard of this crypto revolution.” As well, mentioning how, “positive crypto regulations in India will help create wealth and jobs for millions of Indians” and “millions of youth in India want to see positive crypto direction by the government.” He urged the current business minister to give positive crypto regulations.

Cryptocurrency transaction rules in India have grown increasingly brutal. While technically legitimate, in April 2018, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) banned banks and any regulated business establishments from “cooperating with or deciding virtual currencies”. This extensive rule prohibited trading of cryptocurrencies on national exchanges and had existing exchanges shut down by 6 July 2018. India’s administration appeared to be looking at the existence of less prohibitive cryptocurrency rules. In 2017, the Special Head of Economic Affairs formed a commission to propose ways of dealing with the possible AML/CFT and user-security issues associated with cryptocurrencies. In 2018, studies indicated that the government commission was drafting new legislation which would introduce more intense cryptocurrency protections for “the common person”.

The USA and its regulators have been increasingly hostile in their care of the crypto area, as well. For example, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is pushing its securities guidelines on this decentralized space. Requirements were introduced for American-established projects and exchanges. Bittrex, for example, was forced to comply with those new rules.

Some may believe that not getting Gold could be the problem, but in the case of Xaurum, it is the opposite. The SEC doesn’t have anything about items that have no true value, but it has trouble with bad assets like wealth. Each Xaurum bearer is entitled to his or her stock of wealth collected, which increased over 200% over the last 12 months. Xaurum would easily comply with new regulations, if they were to remove these Xaurum Gold reserves, but that is absolutely unacceptable and also impractical. They strongly believe that there’s true value behind money, which is why Xaurum mechanisms exist using constantly increasing quantities of wealth, giving each Xaurum more importance with every transaction.

Control isn’t necessarily worse while crypto’s appearance has been painted as the ‘wild wild West’. Regulations can bridge this gap and allow crypto to get usefulness in today’s system. Referencing the words of DK: “rather crypto should have control. It resolves a lot of issues, moral and otherwise.” I really accept and expect regulation to happen sooner rather than later, incidents in recent months within nations, e.g. Taiwan, India, Korea, and the U.S. prove how these governments are becoming increasingly involved. Regulation is required, and in this ICO area particularly, is definitely required.

Before the G20 meeting, India’s business secretary confirmed the document detailing the nation’s crypto rules is now prepared. It would shortly be submitted to the business minister for acceptance. Since Arun Jaitley resigned from cabinet duties, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appointed the new business minister. After more than a year of investigation and consideration, this information containing the recommended regulatory structure for cryptocurrency in India has been waiting to be reviewed by the business minister, according to local media. This original business assistant, former Head of the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA) Subhash Chandra Garg, reportedly confirmed its preparation in the event hosted by the Associated Assembly of Commerce and Industry of India on Thursday.

India’s central bank released guidelines for banks and business institutions to limit their delivery to crypto-related entities and had three months experience for more villages. Following Taiwan, India made sure no INR flows at crypto. So, what would occur to exchanges based in India? A while ago, Binance reincorporated in Malta, following regulatory breakdowns in China that caused centralized exchanges major compliance difficulty which introduced many challenges.

RBI has not made any regulatory bodies in India, but they exist at the next vigil of these miscreants and Ponzi system makers. Indian authorities have been tempting hints for crypto forces in India. Presently, India has around one million Bitcoin users, and the industry is witnessing massive increases often.