Blockchained India, one of the emerging blockchain communities in India, is rapidly carving a niche for themselves in India as well as abroad. Last month, the community had organized four townhalls in four cities of India talking where they tried to involve everyone in the ecosystem from venture capitalists, lawyers, entrepreneurs, developers, among others.
This time, Blockchained India will be bringing attention to international projects, in each of the next series of roadshows with four projects in tow. Manav Ailawadi, one of the co-founders of Blockchained India told Crypto-News India, “This time we will be shining the spotlight on one project at a time. We have CyberVein a blockchain project from China, at the townhall which will be held in Mumbai on April 30.” He added that showcasing one project per roadshow will help people understand the specifics of the project and they can network with the people associated with the project.
For the uninitiated, Cyber Vein is a universal network of decentralised databases. The project aims to interconnect data that runs the new world.
Like last time, the cities covered will include Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi and Hyderabad. These mini conventions will be a run up to the 5 day mega scale festival India Dapp Fest. The India DApp fest will be held from June 11-June 15.
Blockchained India will be partnering with some eminent organizations such as Springboard, IndiaBits, StartupDelhi, among others.
The previous roadshow that was held in March saw participation from Nischal Shetty, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the cryptocurrency exchange, WazirX, Nilesh Trivedi from Indium, Nitin Sharma, one of the co-founders of Bangalore-based Incrypt, among others. The agenda of the meetup was “Does India Need Crypto Regulations?”
At the time, Anoush Bhasin, a chartered accountant, associated with Quagmire Consulting, a company that deals with blockchain and taxation, had shared some interesting insights and cleared some of the prevailing doubts among the cryptocurrency community. Clearing the air, he said, “Irrespective of crypto’s status and pending regulations, every investor is obliged to pay taxes on their earnings from cryptocurrencies.”
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