Cryptocurrency - ret Govt employees lobbying

63 Moons' crypto venture has been launched by Jignesh Shahs - cryptowire

With the platform being launched today, they have announced their Board of Directors which includes ex RBI, ex CBDT, EX CBI, ex IAS and Justice (Retd.) Deepak Verma.

Everybody take a look at the attached. With this kind of people won’t we have a massive risk that govt yields to this lobbying and consumers are taken for a ride more  

Crypto curency will help in generating Black Money. This should not be allowed and the proposal nipped in the bud itself. more  
A final decision on the regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies is required amid conflicting views. The concerns are also voiced by the Reserve Bank of India. Aim is to prohibit private cryptocurrencies in India while allowing for certain exceptions to promote underlying technology in these. Various options exists : a complete ban on private cryptocurrencies, a partial ban allowing all categories of crypto-products with regulations, or just a select few with regulations. more  
All the members of the board are capable to influence the Govt. decisions. Before making any decision on the subject, it would be better to know the views and intensions of the members. more  
Who allowed a known frauduster to launch any financial instrument and rope in Ex top officials of Govt. Machinery who might be getting huge pensions and perks out of tax payers money. The pension of any person involved in fraudulent act be withdrawn - be it Neta or babu. Many Ex-netas who are jails for various crimes are still drawing pensions ranging from Rs.3-5 lac/month + liberal perks as tax payers money has no value. more  
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