India’s Supreme Court hearing on cryptos ban postponed to September

Asia India

According to a group of lawyers involved in an ongoing government crypto regulatory analysis, a hearing of The Supreme Court of India’s on the central bank’s crypto dealings ban has been moved from July to September.

A tweet from the lawyers’ group claims that the final arguments will be heard only on September 11 due to a few responses to the Supreme Court’s petitions not having been filed yet.  According to the lawyers so far the court has only listened to “limited arguments” on behalf of the Internet & Mobile Association of India and the Reserve Bank of India.

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