Digital Currency Conclave Live: Cryptocurrency/Bitcoin/CBDC Future, Price, Law In India Discussed

Cryptocurrency 2022 Day One Live News: Amidst the uncertainty of COVID-19, Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies are gaining a lot of attention in India and around the world. Many see digital currencies (including private cryptocurrencies) as the future of finance. However, in the absence of regulations, cryptocurrencies are currently being relegated to a speculative asset class with high volatility.

According to the latest research by Markets-and-Markets, even banks are starting to buy cryptocurrencies for the first time. Banks in the US are building their own blockchain-based systems, including digital currencies, to enable B2B cryptocurrency payments between their customers. In October 2020, PayPal announced that its customers would be able to buy, sell and hold bitcoin and cryptocurrency using their PayPal accounts. The size of the cryptocurrency market is expected to grow from $1.6 billion in 2021 to $2.2 billion by 2026, at a compound annual growth rate of 7.1%. Transparency or distributed ledger technology and growth in venture capital investments are the main factors driving market growth.

While crypto/digital currencies and blockchain, the technology behind digital currencies, are growing at a rapid pace in India, there are many contentious issues that require clarity. During the two-day cryptocurrency conclave organized by Financialexpress.com, experts will give their opinion on all these contested issues and discuss how to move forward. Topics of discussion include the need for digital currency; The role of digital currency and assets in the modern world; The social and economic impact of the digital currency; the need to legalize digital currency; fight against financial fraud; Building digital assets, cyber security and the need to build strong walls.

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