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Blockchain Receives Government Support In India as Officials Participate in Blockchain Summit
March 1, 2019 0 237
The first edition of the Vision Blockchain 2030 initiative, Blockchain Summit India 2019 successfully concluded at IIM Lucknow Noida Campus on February 23 2019. The summit was inaugurated with welcome ...
Cashaa launches CMC wallet with exchange functionality at BSI 2019
February 28, 2019 0 410
Blockchain Summit India 2019, the first annual conference as part of the Vision Blockchain 2030 initiative, was a full success for Cashaa. The Summit’s main highlight was the launch of ...
India Matches Towards Establishing Self As Blockchain Capital
February 6, 2019 0 128
Auxesis group, the operators of Auxledger technology in collaboration with the Indian Department of science and technology is organizing a national Blockchain Summit. The Summit would take place on 23rd ...
Cashaa, Next Generation Crypto Banking Platform to go Live On November 28
November 19, 2018 0 1357
Next generation banking platform, Cashaa has made known plans to fully launch its platform by November 28, 2018. In a post on the company’s official Medium blog, the CEO of ...
A Win-Win For Cryptocurrency In India Ahead Of Government Regulation Deadline
October 29, 2018 0 235
The supreme court in India has issued a deadline on the government to take a definite stand on cryptocurrencies rather than the RBI’s ban that prohibits banks from engaging in crypto-related ...
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