What are the challenges In Cryptocurrency?


  1. Indian economy is having regulatory uncertainty and lacking in respect to cryptocurrency accounting and taxation. The Indian government, with its holistic approach, is ignoring the blockchain cryptocurrency which can indeed be the century’s biggest revolution, due to their differential fundamentals.
  2. To consider cryptocurrency regulation in India, RBI made extensive research over it, and due to lacking policy formulation, they instructed the banking sector to restricts banking access to Indian crypto exchanges.
  3. Indian exchange was witnessing constant transactions in the cryptocurrency, and such notification by RBI thereby increased the trading volumes on Indian exchanges, which is seen as an opposite reaction from the currency holder.
  4. The Indian Revenue Authorities, instead of clarifying the tax legislation, are monitoring the people who are still trading in cryptocurrency. As a result, it becomes extremely difficult to compute and report any cryptocurrency income accurately.
  5. cryptocurrency slid after China doubled down on its efforts to prevent speculative and financial risks by cracking down on mining and trading of Bitcoin. China’s Financial Stability & Development Committee, chaired by Vice Premier Liu He, singled out bitcoin as the asset it needs to regulate more.


  • Bitcoin is not illegal in India as of now. After the Supreme Court Judgment on March 2020, the ban was lifted and restrictions on trading bitcoin in India were lifted. It proved to be a major win for the entire cryptocurrency community in India and thereby benefitting investors all over the globe since India is seen as an investment hub all over the world.
  • In today’s world, there is a steady increase in the overall use of virtual/digital currencies, examples being – Dogecoin, Bitcoin and Litecoin, etc. These currencies are not only a medium for making payments but are also looked at as an investment opportunity.
  • Thus, if they are getting attention all over the world, their taxation and accounting become necessary and crucial for global developments.
  • Reserve Bank of India is informally urging lenders to cut ties with Bitcoin exchanges and traders as the highly speculative market booms, despite a Supreme Court ruling that banks can work with the industry.
  • The guidance comes as India is crafting a law to ban cryptocurrencies and penalize anyone dealing in them, which would be among the most sweeping crackdowns on the new investing fad in the world.


  • China, which was once the best cryptocurrency mining country, has seen thru the smoke and mirrors, cracking down on trade as well as mining without reservation. This means how fast regulators could destroy the freewheeling, decentralized blockchain market. Conversely, China has set up an official DCEP with centralized control.
  • What blockchain aficionados do not seem to recognize is that nations will take measures to prevent their national currencies and currencies and their willingness to tax and govern the country.
  • The more people seem to believe that virtual currencies are money, the higher the likelihood of government intervention in this economy. The increasing trend of official virtual currencies is a sign that central banks are trying to fight back.
  • The famous story that bitcoin’s finite supply guarantees its value can play into the central bank’s quantitative easing concerns and what these QE programs might mean for fiat money. Thus, the rise of digital currencies can be seen as a reflection of anti-establishment moves in many countries since before the 2008 GFC.
  • Strongly seen, this ‘crypto protest’ could lead governments to change their economic governance to become more responsible and to regain trust and credibility. Time is going to tell.
  • we assume that the crypto market will be start to crash. This could be triggered by a shift in monetary policy or regulation. Or, conversely, A crash could change quickly even though prices are so inflated that, like the Dutch tulip mania, marginal buyers are priced out of the market, leading to a process of bankruptcy as well as falling prices when leveraged investors begin to sell.

High price volatility might raise questions about who is accountable for taking on the risk if a payment’s value drops dramatically between the time it is due, made, and eventually got. Tax reporting for employees who receive cryptocurrency compensation would be more difficult than for those who receive standard payments.

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