Our article looks at the way in which technology and policy is being implemented to help drive the next global auto-revolution.
The Indian fintech space has been undergoing a radical transformation.
Khaitan & Co
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has, in exercise of its powers under the Payment and Settlement Systems Act 2007, notified the Framework for Recognition of a Self-Regulatory Organisation...
While blockchain technology fetches its own set of advantages (as discussed in the previous parts), the decentralized nature of the technology renders it a constant source of scuffle against the legal machinery.
The advent of blockchain technology in the year 2009 has completely revolutionised the digital space.
Article 21 of the Indian Constitution is a comprehensive, all-encompassing provision that inheres within itself basic, fundamental rights that are absolutely essential to the existence of a human being
with dignity and personal liberty.
The economic disruptions owing to the current pandemic, have impacted funding globally, with venture-backed investments in India falling drastically between March and June, 2020...
The first part to the present article titled ‘Blockchain Technology – The Science behind the Revolution' discussed the detailed working of the pioneering technology that constitutes the working force behind the transfer of crypto assets.
J. Sagar Associates
An Israeli cyber security website, vpnMentor, notified the
Indian authorities of a data leak of approximately 7 million users
of the BHIM Payment Application (due to a website breach).
Singhania & Partners LLP, Solicitors and Advocates
The rapid transformation of the Indian economy into a cashless one, particularly with the establishment of e-commerce as a legitimate mode of consumerism, there has been an equally urgent need for innovating and adopting digital payment systems.
Chandhiok & Mahajan
The history of cryptocurrencies can be traced back to (another) tumultuous time during the 2008 financial crisis when the trust in financial participants, such as banks and government institutions, was sharply waning.
The Indian government must not permanently ban cryptocurrency (also referred to as ‘token' or ‘coin' or ‘digital currency').
AZB & Partners
Cybersecurity Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of India, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Originally a machine was developed by a human being, as a device or an apparatus in order to do away with duplication of work at the cost of repetition.
Singh & Associates
With the popularization of internet technologies, virtual currency – called cryptocurrency has also been invented. A popular form of cryptocurrency is bitcoin.
Khaitan & Co
On 24 June 2020, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued directions on "Loans Sourced by Banks and NBFCs over Digital Lending Platforms: Adherence to Fair Practices Code and Outsourcing Guidelines"...
These technological innovations are advancing human lives to whole new dimensions.
A CBDC is a digital payment token or cryptocurrency issued by the central bank of a country.
Cryptocurrency, is a digital asset meant to be used as digital money.
The power sector in India has historically been plagued with several challenges that have stymyied investment, innovation and growth.