Speculations Over Crypto Bill In India. Reports Saying “Arrest Without Warrant” If Found Violating Laws

According to the article, dealing in crypto might result in an arrest without a warrant and would be “non bailable.”


According to a source and a description of the bill seen, proposed legislation in India that would restrict the use of cryptocurrencies as a form of payment. It also intends to make people who break the law vulnerable to arrest without a warrant and detention without bail.

The Indian government intends to impose a “wide restriction on any operations by any individual on mining, creating, holding, selling, (or) dealing” in digital currencies as a “medium of exchange, store of value, and a unit of account,” according to the bill’s summary.

It added that breaking any of these regulations would make you “cognizable”. Which means you may be arrested without a warrant, and “non bailable.”

The insider, who has first hand knowledge of the situation, isn’t authorised to speak to the media and requested anonymity. An email requesting response from the finance ministry was not returned.

Meanwhile, A lot of speculations are running through social media every day about the latest crypto bill. Addressing the rumours spreading, CEO of WazirX Nishchal Shetty Posted series of tweets regarding fake rumours.

Although the government has said that it wants to encourage blockchain technology. The Attorneys claim that the new regulation would harm its usage as well as the non-fungible token market in India.

“If no payments are allowed at all and no exemption is created for transaction fees, blockchain development and NFT would be completely halted,” said Anirudh Rastogi, founder of law company Ikigai Law.

India: Rising Crypto Opportunities

The government’s promises to come down hard on cryptocurrency trading. As it created a market frenzy, with numerous investors losing a lot of money.

The number of investors in crypto assets has risen in India. Owing to a blitz of ads and growing prices for cryptocurrencies.

Despite the lack of official statistics, industry estimates show that there are 15 million to 20 million crypto investors in India, with total crypto holdings of around $6 billion.

According to the draught summary of the law and the source, the government now intends to crack down on marketing that aim to entice new investors.

The insider noted that self-custodial wallets, which let consumers to keep digital currencies outside of exchanges, are also likely to be prohibited.

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) will regulate crypto assets, according to the draught summary.

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