- RBI Governor drew a line between the use of technology to enhance business.
- Governor Das said that the technology will grow and can grow without cryptos.
- Indian crypto advocates will gather to meet with the Governor to talk about crypto.
Shaktikanta Das, the Reserve Bank of India Governor, draws a line between the use of technology to enhance business and the thinking in anonymous cryptos. Knowing it can result in potentially destabilizing the financial systems. Most important law for financial sector innovation of the era entered the last phase.
During the conclave organized by the State Bank of India, Governor Das said,
The technology (blockchain) is more than ten years old, it did not come yesterday. The technology will grow and can grow without cryptos.
Besides, Indian crypto advocates will gather to meet with the Governor to talk about crypto. Instead of banning cryptocurrency, the Indian government seems to be taking a softer stance on crypto. In addition, the federal government is more likely to take the center path on cryptocurrencies and never go for an outright ban.
Likewise, the federal government can also be engaged on the taxation facets and the upcoming laws are anticipated to deal with this, the individual added. However, the federal government is trying to start the invoice within the upcoming winter session of Parliament.
Furthermore, ET reported in its edition on November 16 that the standing committee on finance which heard expert views on virtual currencies came to an understanding that as crypto cannot be stopped, proper mechanisms should be put in place to regulate it.