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Plans to issue a state-backed cryptocurrency in India have stalled, months after the country’s central bank gave indications that it was considering the idea. Reported to CCN.
Indian telecoms giant Tata Communications named the key barriers to blockchain adoption for businesses globally, in a survey published Dec. 12. Reported in Cointelegraph.
The Indian government could possibly legalize cryptocurrencies, but with tough terms and conditions attached, a news report suggests.
India’s top ten business school, SP Jain School of Global Management, has issued 1,189 blockchain-based certificates to graduands who recently obtained degrees and professional certifications. Reported to CCN.
With a view to promoting investment in Blockchain-based startups, an extensive Investment focused event titled “WIRE SUMMIT 2018” is slated to take place in a few weeks at Hotel Aloft (JW Marriott), Aerocity, New Delhi, India on December 2, 2018.
The Indian government is actively preparing a draft bill on crypto regulation, which is expected to see light this December, according to documents obtained by digital news website Quartz India Tuesday, Nov. 20.
Oil and gas conglomerate Reliance Industries – owned by India's richest person, Mukesh Ambani – has used blockchain to conduct its first trade finance transaction. Coindesk reports that.
After months of public uncertainty bought on by years of deliberation by the Indian government, authorities have discussed the framework to legally ban the usage of ‘private’ cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. Reports about it CCN.
WIRESUMMIT 2018, an exclusive upcoming blockchain event for the broader Blockchain communities is around the corner. The event is being organized in the capital city of India on December 2, 2018. Sources close to the organisers stated that they are strategically hosting the event in New Delhi with an expectation to attract blockchain enthusiasts, experts, influencers, investors; owing to its strategic location and proximity to government organisations.,