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Golden Outpost | The Indian government countered the Supreme Court to enact a law to ban cryptocurrencies



On March 4, 2020, the Supreme Court of India ruled that the Bank of India (RBI)’s 2018 ban on banks providing cryptocurrency trading services was unconstitutional. The industry generally believes that the spring of India’s cryptocurrency industry has come.

Jinse Finance once issued an article stating that "India's Supreme Court overturned the cryptocurrency ban, it is too early to be happy."

Now comes the follow-up.

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On June 12, 2020, according to the Economic Times of India, the Indian government is seeking to enact a law to ban the use of cryptocurrencies. Because the government believes that a law will be more effective than a ban by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). A senior government official said "the Treasury has submitted a proposal for inter-ministerial consultations" which will then be brought up to Cabinet before being brought to Parliament for discussion and a vote.

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Indian media stated that this latest proposal is a counterattack to the Supreme Court of India judgment on March 4, 2020. At the time, India’s Supreme Court ruled that the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) 2018 ban on banks offering cryptocurrency trading services was unconstitutional.

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One of the reasons why India’s Supreme Court overturned the RBI’s cryptocurrency ban at the time was that “there is no law prohibiting virtual currencies,” meaning that once there was such a law, the judgment would not stand.  At that time, some Indian experts suggested that "the government should step in at this time and formulate a law to prohibit the banking industry from providing services to the cryptocurrency industry within five years."

It now appears that the Indian government has begun to formulate such a law.

Moreover, the Reserve Bank of India is also dissatisfied with the judgment of the Supreme Court of India. After India's Supreme Court overturned the central bank's cryptocurrency ban, the RBI is already preparing to reopen its appeal, while continuing to ban major banks from providing payment services for cryptocurrency transactions in India.

The Indian government's policy on cryptocurrencies, like many other countries, also wants to treat cryptocurrencies and blockchains separately.  

In July 2019, a high-level group led by former Indian Finance Minister Subhash Garg drafted a draft law, advocating the prohibition of all forms of private cryptocurrencies, while requiring the Indian government and the central bank to study the introduction of official cryptocurrencies. cryptocurrency. The draft law also proposes that those who directly or indirectly engage in cryptocurrency transactions will be fined or imprisoned for a term not less than one year but extendable to ten years.


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