Cryptocurrencies are here to stay, says Jack Ma

Cryptocurrencies are here to stay, says Jack Ma

The founder of Ecommerce giant Alibaba, Jack Ma is now supporting the cryptocurrencies. This is probably due to the recent breakthrough of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. We have seen the Chinese billionaire Jack Ma talking about the use cases of blockchain technology in the past. The founder of Alibaba, Jack Ma, states that cryptocurrencies are … India is a big market in terms of internet users. Still, the country has banned crypto-currency. Here is why cryptocurrency is banned in India. Read here. View the full U.S. Dollar Index (DXY) (DXY.US) index overview including the latest stock market news, data and trading information.

Over the weekend, Jack Ma was at the Bund Financial Summit in Shanghai. Jack says that financial regulators in China and all over the world should embrace cryptocurrencies. Furthermore, he cites the approach deployed by traditional finance systems to pull down cryptocurrencies around the world.

“Cryptocurrencies and stable coins would create good value and financial freedom for people. Therefore people should adopt the new financial innovation with open arms,” said Jack Ma. 


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3 Main Reasons Why Crypto-Currency is Banned in India? | By Anuj Vohra

3 Main Reasons Why Crypto-Currency is Banned in India? | By Anuj Vohra

The virtual currency means cryptocurrency is illegal in India. Here are the reasons why the cryptocurrency is banned in India.

In 2017, the most popular crypto-currency Bitcoin was increasing rapidly. With a view to making money, lots of Indians started investing money at that time.

Just after few months, the price of Bitcoin went down from $20,000 to $4,000.

There were thousands of Indians who lost their money.

The legendary investor Warren Buffett considers crypto-currency is all about gambling and speculation.

The concept of crypto-currency was new in India in 2017. And at the same time, the price of Bitcoin was increasing rapidly. That’s why so many people invested and they eventually lost their money.

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There were so many apps by which we can buy and sell Bitcoin. To make quick money, thousands of people started investing an app from which we can trade our bitcoin.

All the crypto-currencies have no regulations. That means no one can control any crypto-currency.

For instance, if you want to invest your money in the stock market in India, SEBI(Security and Exchange Board of India) has the authority. SEBI has created rules and regulations.

If you face any problem related to investment in the stock market, SEBI has the authorities to guide you and they can solve your problem. But, there is no one in crypto-currency to listen to your emergency problems.

It was a big threat. Instead of investing money in the stock market via a mutual fund or direct equity, if people start investing in Bitcoin, the economy may face slow down.

That’s why RBI(Reserve Bank of India) has banned all the banks in India for any kind of transaction related to crypto-currency. If you have invested in Bitcoin, you need to use the money on any other platforms that accept Bitcoin payments. You simply cannot transfer your money to the bank.

The crypto-currency experts are saying that the concept of the blockchain(the algorithm behind crypto-currency) cannot be hacked.

But, there were lots of people whose money was stolen from the wallet. That means it was not that much secured.

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