Saturday, Nov 21 @ 4:00 PM


India since 2016 when blockchain technology seems to have gained traction, financial institutions apart from various other sectors started looking at the same with disruptive opportunity value. While cryptocurrency adoption increases around the world, the path is not as clear in India. For 2020, we have seen a regulatory shift from a ‘blanket ban’ to a more calculated approach aimed at combating illicit activity within the industry. The price volatility of cryptocurrencies makes them mysterious, but their transparency allows unprecedented insight into how funds flow between markets and across geographies.

In this session, the BuyUcoin team will cover all of these points and more in addition to a chat with special guests from BlockSuits and Antilles Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Ecosystem (ABCE), where we will address regulatory uncertainty in India and highlight key challenges facing the cryptocurrency industry.


  • Current State of Regulation regarding cryptocurrency in India
  • Impact of banning cryptocurrency on the Indian economy.
  • Regulations around the world.
  • Regulatory Suggestions and way forward for the crypto industry


Atul Chatur – Co-Founder , Antilles Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Ecosystem

Atul Chatur is a Private Investor, Geo-political and Macro-economic Advisor, and an Alternative Investments specialist on the Indian market. He has an MBA from INSEAD

Samaksh Khanna – Co-Founder , BlockSuits

Samaksh is the Co-founder at BlockSuits, a platform through which I have been deeply engaged in distributed ledger technologies and it’s compliance with privacy laws 

Samaksh Wangnoo – Marketing Executive, BuyUcoin

Samaksh Wangnoo is the Marketing Executive at BuyUcoin. He has worked in the marketing domain with over an year of tech marketing experience across Blockchain and crypt

Webinar/Workshop organized by: Airmeet

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