Indians in the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency field are challenging the notions of the Crypto regulations, in many ways such as the Crypto march organised by Blockchained India. With the successful, A recent massive step is the launch of a Cryptocurrency and Blockchain TV talk show series called “Hard Fork”.
Since regulations about Cryptocurrency is the talk of the town in Indian metro cities like Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune, the show will focus mainly on the burning issue.
The host of the show is a well-known Blockchain entrepreneur by the name of Shantanu Sharma. Sharma is a business development specialist who founded InCryptt Labs to help build a Blockchain economy through educational programs to spark interest in the new age technology.
What Hard Fork is Achieving to Do
Hard Fork will be produced by new-age media startup founderINDIA and will be aired on the 22nd of April, 2019. It will be available on Amazon Fire TV, Facebook and Youtube with the first season planned for ten episodes.
In an exclusive chat to Cryptoiscoming, Sharma stated, “Crypto Adoption is slowly but surely occurring in India, and what Hard Fork will be working towards is educating the general public on what Cryptocurrency is and the freedom it expresses.”
Cryptocurrency Spells Freedom
With Cryptocurrency, the unbankable, people of any origin, race or gender holds the key to their financial future. It is not decided upon by banks or the government.
Even Cryptocurrency advocate Anthony Pompliano popularly stated, ‘Long Bitcoin, Short the Bankers’
Alex Gladstein, a chief strategy officer of the Human Rights Foundation in an article by SingularityHub last year, stressed on about how humans for the first time have the ability to send money globally without anyone being able to stop it.
Like John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States said, “ “The great revolution in the history of man, past, present and future, is the revolution of those determined to be free.”
The Blockchain and Crypto revolution is definitely sparking in the land of colours – India!