Binance Set For Huge Pay Off In India After Supreme Court Ruling

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The crypto community has received a major boost following a Supreme Court ruling. For the last two years, the RBI has threatened to ban all banks involved with cryptocurrencies. As a result, crypto development in the country has been slow. The recent announcement means the shackles are off.

Top exchange Binance has all along kept a close eye on the country and invested accordingly and now they look set to leap ahead.

Most Promising Projects Backed By Binance

As we reported earlier, the Indian Supreme Court has ruled to remove the two-year ban on cryptocurrency. This was implemented by the RBI to curb cryptocurrency growth in the country.

As Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong has been pointing out, this hurts the crypto industry in the short term and the economy was set to be hit in the long term.

Fortunately, the Supreme Court has realized this mistake and decided to lift the ban. Now India can strive to become one of the most adaptive and technologically advanced countries in the world.

Armstrong has noted that leading this race to become a long term financial powerhouse is the U.S, U.K, and Singapore.

And among the best and promising startups that can lead India to become a top player are being backed by Binance exchange. These are Matic, Marlin Protocol, and WazirXIndia.

As we have reported, already WazirXIndia (WRX) has soared by 50% to the news of the Supreme court ruling.

It is clear that Binance has had its eye on the long term plan. The success of any or all of the three projects means more global prominence for Binance.

Adoption and Growth Coming

India is one of the biggest countries with over 1 billion people. The change in law will allow for more people to get into the crypto industry and boost adoption. In the long term, this could be vital.

Additionally, by promoting blockchain and crypto expertise through startups, this could boost the ecosystem and see the industry grow.

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