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India’s Cryptocurrency Exchange, with Bank Deposit & Withdrawals

Cryptocurrency Exchange

The price of one bitcoin is sitting just at $4,000 with can anytime rise to the levels it dramatic came down. As enthusiasm for the cryptocurrency expands, so does demand for its availability and liquidity and this has led to a very large infrastructure being built to underpin and satiate this demand.

One of the countries in which Bitcoin has become increasingly popular is India and, alongside this increase, we have seen a growth in infrastructure in line with the above statement.

This week, we got some fresh news out of the Asian nation, with reports hitting press that detail the opening of a brand-new exchange by one of the countries already well-established financial institutions., which is a very well established and which has a unique P2P payment method for Fiat transactions, to avoided the legal complications India and other countries, with any user from India or outside India can easily deposit and withdrawal INR by bank within a matter of minutes to buy & sell BTC, ETH, LTC, BCH, XRP.

Here is what the founders have to say about the exchange on announcement:

“We would fundamentally like to provide Indian users with a secure and convenient means for buying and selling Bitcoins, alongside other cryptocurrencies. Our target is to support up to 30 popular cryptocurrencies and promoting them to the Indian market as commercially viable alternatives for building their digital assets.”

As is the standard in this space right now, the exchange will generate revenue through charging a small fee on transactions (0.25%) and will offer direct and instant access to bitcoin by way of an Indian Rupee (INR) exchange rate to anybody that registers to

This can boost Bitcoin and other coins in Indian market which is suffering from banking ban for exchange companies. is not an Indian company it is registered in off sure locations by different names. In order to protect the privacy of company and users.

They are fallowing the P2P process to deal with Fiat deposit & Withdrawals, which is the best way to avoid legal complications for company.

Seems like a good plane for Indian users who are dealing with this issue since long.

Some of the features are given below:

✅ Deposit & withdrawal in INR for all the Indian users’ confirmation within few minutes no log waiting for confirmations (by secure p2p method).

✅ Fast trade interface with more than 10,000 trades per second.

✅ 100% security of funds with Multisignature cold wallets.

✅ Cheapest trading fee.

✅ Only genuine coins/tokes to trade.

✅ Adding more features regularly.

✅ 24/7 Support, live chat option with reply rate of 5 min.

✅ No limit for deposit & withdrawal in Coins/Tokens.

✅ Within 24hr verification for INR deposit & Withdrawal.

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Written by Ravi Gupat

Ravi grew up in India and graduated in Economics. He is a serial entrepreneur who has founded and exited several companies in tech and media over the past 15 years. He is also an early stage investor and advisor in various blockchain-based companies.


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  1. 4.8

    Asia is among the fastest developing markets with rapidly growing middle class. While the different countries in the region have their own policies towards cryptocurrencies, Singapore and Thailand are shaping up as a welcoming destination for the nascent field.
    In August Singapore’s Monetary Authority (also the city-state’s Central Bank) partnered up with Deloitte, NASDAQ, and Anquan to develop solutions for simultaneous exchange, as well as the final settlement of digital currencies and security assets.
    Thailand, on the other hand, has recently made strong moves towards regulating the space, classifying cryptocurrencies as both securities and currencies depending on their intended purpose. Furthermore, the country also introduced detailed regulations for initial coin offerings (ICOs), requiring them to abide by strict pre-determined rules and have a minimum base capital of 5 million baht (roughly around $157,000). Since then, no fewer than 50 companies have reportedly expressed their interest in obtaining ICO licenses in the country.
    Seems like a good plane for Indian users who are dealing with bank ban issue since long.


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