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The Indian cryptocurrency community has reacted swiftly to the recent Reserve Bank of India (RBI) action against it, which directed all regulated entities including banks not to provide services to businesses dealing in instruments such as bitcoin. Both entrepreneurs and everyday users came out on …
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Cryptocurrency users in India are using the internet to voice their protest over a recent crackdown by the country’s central bank. Instead of allowing it to be stifled, petitioners call on the government to help cultivate the new ecosystem which can benefit India in various ways.
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A national petition against extreme cryptocurrency regulations in South Korea has exceeded 200,000 signatures, the requirement for the government to respond. The petition entitled “Has the government ever dreamed a happy dream for the people?” was filed on December 28. Meanwhile, another related petition calls for the removal of the governor of the country’s Financial Supervisory Service.
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Not happy with Coinbase dragging their feet on SegWit integration? Follow these steps:
- Sign the SegWit petition
- Use an alternative wallet/exchange that has implemented SegWit.
- Tweet @brian_armstrong and @coinbase and let them know you've signed the petition and have moved to an alternative provider.
Remember, this doesn't just affect customers of Coinbase, it affects the whole network. Not optimizing transactions (with SegWit and batching) inflates the fees for everyone else. This is irresponsible for such a large company in this growing industry.
Please do your "bit" and help make the issue known as best you can.
I will continue to push this until we get some answers from Coinbase. I’ll also be recommending alternative services to new users in the meantime.