India’s proposed “draft bill” that was released by Bloomberg Quint earlier this week had caused a massive uproar in the crypto community. The lack of clarity and ambiguous cryptocurrency climate drove Zebpay, an app-enabled crypto exchange, from the country to Malta. The current version of the ‘draft bill’ renders mining, generating, holding, buying, selling or dealing in cryptocurrencies both “directly or indirectly” illegal in the country. This could potentially be a huge blow to the growing Asian cryptocurrency adoption.
The crypto regulatory climate in another Asian country, Indonesia is fairly better than India after the former announced rules which made it mandatory for the cryptocurrency futures exchange to be registered an approved before operating, thus, bringing clarity to the table. However, Roger Ver, the CEO of Bitcoin.com and a prominent face in the crypto realm, cited a banner which read “Use Rupiah in every transaction in Indonesia” and violation of which is a punishable offense,
Governments say monopolies are bad, but they’ll toss you in jail for competing with their own monopoly. pic.twitter.com/fbblR7TDr0
— Roger Ver (@rogerkver) June 8, 2019
A Twitter user, Lutfi, commented on the above thread,
“the point is because rupiah in indonesia more low rate than dollar us.. so much fear when bitcoin uptrend in 2017 until the bubble explode, bank indonesia makes announcement about regulation digital asset not to use as transaction and then investor take down the asset..”
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