Indian Banks Force Customers to Promise Not to Use Bitcoin

Following new regulatory measures from the Reserve Bank of India prohibiting banks from providing services to cryptocurrency businesses, some Indian banks are taking drastic measures to discourage cryptocurrency adoption, reportedly requiring customers to sign contracts stating that they will not use cryptocurrencies of any kind as part of their new terms of service agreement. Line in The Sand The new measures effectively force customers to choose between banks and crypto, perhaps a difficult decision for many supporters of the fledgling cryptocurrency movement. While many hope to see cryptocurrency overtake traditional banking entirely, the infrastructure to do that simply isn’t there at the moment, and actions such as these carried out by banks on a large scale only make it more difficult to foster adoption – which, of course, is likely the point. @DesiCryptoHodlr or “Indian Crypto Girl” on Twitter posted an image of the terms and conditions required by Kotak…

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