Major Indian Exchange Proposes A New Regulatory Framework To Avoid A Crypto Ban

Cryptocurrency has been in India for many years, and people have been interested in the currency. The concept of Bitcoin was new and was appreciated by the Government. 

BUYUCoin has established its system to govern cryptocurrency in India, claiming to have the cooperation of “all Indian Cryptocurrency stakes.” But the stakeholders that helped create the system or ‘sandbox,’ that is officially published on October 2, are not yet visible.

The system was defined by BuyUCoin, which has over 350,000 users and manages billions of dollar operations as draught laws, proposals, and methods.

The Indian Government will be presented with the structure. It is following the Indian Supreme Court’s inability in March to bar circular banks and other financial institutions from engaging with crypto companies by the Reserve Bank of India. Last week, Bloomberg reported that the Indian administration intended to implement a new proposal to ban the trade in cryptocurrencies during the Monsoon Session.

“This is the first achievement of a long journey to make crypto-monetary masses available,” said Shivam Thakral, BuyUCoin ‘s CEO and co-founder.

“There is the feedback of crypto experts and business stakeholders in this bill for the sandbox, which will not only help the government make legislation but will also direct start-ups and young companies into this thriving industry.”

Cointelegraph asked BuyUCoin to find out which stakeholders were concerned and revised the story after reacting.

Charles Bovaird, Vice-President of Quantum Economics and Forbes Senior Contributor, praised the new sandbox.

“The ban on crypto commerce would lead to India slipping behind other permissible nations. The industry players will apply the much-needed crypto legislation in the country by lobbying the Indian authorities.

Separately, Crypto Kanoon, the law firm Indian blockchain, tried to create a possible crypto prohibition in 1953 instead of the nation’s prohibition of trade in derivatives that had permanent adverse effects on the financial sector.

‘The Government shouldn’t replicate the error. The first step in the right direction will be to control cryptocurrencies as commodities,’ said co-Founder Kashif Raza in a Hindi language video posted on Twitter. 

Raza points out that the commodity trade did not end after the prohibition during those 50 years. Rather, private players executed it unlawfully. For crypto, the same thing could happen. It is the effort and dedication of so many years that is going to

The longer we keep the legal system, the longer we go back in time and allow mafias access to illegal activities.

BuyUCoin launches the first draught of the sandbox on October 2, 2020, which can be viewed on You can get to know the minutest details and everything about the norms and regulations that will be forwarded by the Government. There will be no ban on the procedures, but it is also being said that one can only deal in the bitcoins with prior permission.

It will be a quick action to avoid any kind of illegal practices, and hence the Government will be keeping a keen eye on all the transactions.