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Crypto ads: India will release guidelines for self regulation

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TL; DR Breakdown

  • India plans to release regulations for self regulation of crypto ads
  • Regulators are still working on the crypto ads regulation
  • Major crypto players hail the initiative

Crypto advertisements are one of the small ways that companies that provide custody and developers reach their greater audience. Presently, there is a semblance of crypto ads on platforms and websites everywhere you turn. However, as per several reports coming out of India, the country plans to release guidelines that will monitor crypto ads across the country.

Regulators are still working on crypto ads regulation

This new development is coming off a previous bill different from the expected crypto bill that the parliament wants to release. Crypto firms across India have been working in blind regarding crypto ads. However, this new update is expected to provide a clear guideline on how promotions should be carried out.

Although there seems to be a delay in releasing the major crypto bill, one of the committee’s top echelons, Ashish Singhal, has noted that some major crypto exchanges are still holding meetings with authorities regarding this move. In his statement, Singhal mentioned that they were grounding out rules and regulations that companies and entities must adhere to before releasing their crypto ads. While the discussions are still in place, Ashish hopes to make headway before the new year.

Major crypto players hail initiative

The update means that India will stamp out a regulation that will guide their advertisements; it will not force them to follow the rules. However, that is not the case for other countries worldwide as they look to establish their regulations on companies involved in crypto ads.

A recent report from the United Kingdom noted that about seven companies were sanctioned for releasing crypto ads that didn’t follow the ASA guidelines, the advertisement regulatory watchdog in the country. The regulator also called in a football club over a crypto ad that involved the club’s fan token.

While the UK seems to have fully established its guidelines, India still has its policies in the works. With this still in the works, several key players have noted that the country is doing a good thing with the delay in its advert regulation. This means that they plan to put solid and reasonable laws in place before they eventually roll them out.

Owotunse Adebayo

Owotunse Adebayo

Adebayo loves to keep tab of exciting projects in the blockchain space. He is a seasoned writer who has written tons of articles about cryptocurrencies and blockchain.

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