More than 17 million people opposed the India Central Bank ban on encryption

According to a report from Cointelegraph, Change.org submitted a petition to “Bring India at the forefront of the blockchain application revolution” on April 5, responding to the ban by the Central Bank of India on prohibiting banks from providing all digital currency services, and has received more than 17 million yuan since its launch. The signature. The petition requested the Indian government to support blockchain and encryption because it provided jobs for young people and stated that the RBI ban may lead to an increase in the number of Indian digital currency private transactions.

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