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Governor Shaktikanta Das claims that the financial stability of cryptocurrency is at stake
The value of cryptocurrencies has decreased from 190 to 140 billion, he continues
According to Das, cryptocurrencies have an innate desire to "break" the system
The governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Shaktikanta Das, has warned that the next financial crisis could be caused by private cryptocurrencies. He stated that the market value of cryptocurrencies has decreased to $140 billion, with $40 billion lost, and that they lack underlying value and are speculative. He also said that they pose risks to microeconomic and financial stability, citing the FXT crash as an example. Das further stated that private cryptocurrencies have no intrinsic value, and their market-determined price is subject to extreme volatility, making them a risky investment.
Despite these warnings, many investors are still looking for opportunities to buy alt coins, as they see the potential for high returns in the future. Cryptocurrency investment platforms and crypto asset management firms can help investors to buy cryptocurrency and navigate the risks associated with the market. These firms offer a range of services including buying, selling, and storing a variety of cryptocurrencies, including Shiba Inu, Binance coin and Dogecoin. Some of these platforms also offer the ability to invest in a wide range of crypto assets, making them ideal for those looking to diversify their portfolio.
While the governor has highlighted the risks associated with private cryptocurrencies, he also emphasized the importance of the Central Bank of Digital Currency (CBDC). The CBDC, unlike private cryptocurrencies, is regulated by the government and can serve as a means of trade, legal tender, and a store of value for those who wish to convert it into bank money or cash. The RBI recently began the first pilot program for the retail digital rupee and selected eight banks as intermediaries for the transactions.
In conclusion, the governor's warning highlights the importance of being cautious when investing in private cryptocurrencies, but it also highlights the potential of CBDCs as a safer alternative. Investors should always do their own research and consider their own risk tolerance before investing in any crypto assets.
Dear valued BC Bitcoin UK Clients,
I hope this email finds you well. We are reaching out to inform you of some significant changes to our services that directly impact our operations within the United Kingdom. Regrettably, due to the recent regulatory developments introduced by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the implementation of the new Financial Promotions Regime, BC Bitcoin is no longer able to offer our services to clients based in the UK. This very difficult decision is in compliance with the regulatory framework and ensures that we uphold the highest standards of transparency and legality. You can view the FCA publication here: https://www.fca.org.uk/publication/finalised-guidance/fg23-3.pdf As a result, we would like to inform you of the following changes and provide guidance on how to manage your assets with BC Bitcoin:
1. **Service Termination for UK Clients:**BC Bitcoin will no longer be able to accept new purchase orders from clients residing in the United Kingdom.
2. **Continued Operation Outside the UK:**Despite the changes within the UK, BC Bitcoin will continue to operate outside of the UK as normal. Our services will remain unaffected for clients in other regions.
3. **Withdrawal of Assets:**For our UK clients holding assets with BC Bitcoin, we want to assure you that your assets are secure. You have the option to safely withdraw your assets or exchange them to GBP or EUR and subsequently withdraw. We have streamlined the withdrawal process to ensure convenience for our clients.
4. **Conversion of Assets:**To convert your Holdings to fiat please log in to your BC Bitcoin account and submit a sell order for the amount of coin you hold with us. During the process you will shown how much you will receive and asked the bank details you wish to receive payment to. In addition, you can request the conversion by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org from your registered email address. If you encounter any issues or require assistance, our customer support team is ready to help you throughout the process.
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