A community roadshow has been uniting crypto enthusiasts in several cities in India to share their ideas on the country’s crypto regulation. Crypto Fans Across India Unite In 4 Different Cities To Voice Opinions.
Blockchained India is a community roadshow which will involve in hosting a series of roadshow meetups across major cities within India. A series of events to conduct as a part of the objective to arrange the group’s larger event called the “India Dapp Fest” which will be held in May.
Subsequently, the theme of the meetings is “Does India need crypto regulations?”
“The best ones will include in the report to submit to the decision makers amongst the government,”
– the organizer of the events explained
All these events comprise of four open town hall meetings.
- One of them was held on March 16 in Hyderabad.
- Two of them already happened: one in Delhi and in Mumbai.
- However, the last meeting will be held in Bangalore on March 30.
“So far, everything that has been happening on a national level (for crypto) has been about cryptocurrency exchanges, primarily. Also, we wanted to unite the community which also includes, investors, stakeholders, developers, and make them a part of the conversation.”
-Manav Ailawadi, a key member of the group quoted.
Akshay Aggarwal, the co-founder of this community tweeted:
“The intentions with this roadshow are pure. We want to help the good folks hustling day and night from the crypto space.” Also, urged the community all over India to join these roadshow meetups and share their opinions with respect to crypto regulations in India.
“… it’s time for you all this Saturday to share your opinions around whether India needs crypto regulations. However, the best ones will include in the report to submit to the decision makers amongst the government.”
-Akshay Aggarwal, co-founder of Blockchained India community tweeted on March 6th.
Also, Aggarwal has stated that people from various crypto communities who were unable to attend these meetings have reached out by emailing his organization to give their ideas which will be included in the report to be submitted to the government.
At one of the events in Mumbai, the CEO of cryptocurrency exchange Wazirx, Nischal Shetty, said that he started a Twitter campaign on Oct. 31, 2018, calling for positive crypto regulations. Now, however, the campaign has entered its 135th day.
“We didn’t select the RBI but the ministers who are supposed to make the decisions for us. Humbly I started Indiawantscrypto campaign tagging the ministers we selected, however, someday they will notice us.”
-According to Aggarwal, Shetty explained to event attendees.