RPG Group chairman Harsh Goenka shares his two cents on how Sant Kabir Das ji reacts to the sale of cryptocurrencies in India. Goenka tweeted in Hindi that he had a place called the cripto-ethereum market, don't sell in rushte to be afraid of the recession. He wrote that some investors win while others lose.
Goenka was not the only one to take part in the craze of criptocurrencies in India. Hears Capital founder and market guru Samir Arora fired potshots at punters Arora said: Q: We own many banks. Every day on Twitter people complain about banks, their service, etc. Life is cool because no one gets angry. What is wrong with the punters that if one says anything about their asset class they jump as if they have ants in their pants? The author of Securing Democracy Glenn Greenwald and Kashif Raza have advocated for cryptocurrencies andBitcoin technology.
Greenwald said that the technology of the digital currency has the potential to create huge employment opportunities for youth, and that it has the potential for decentralising power, enabling real privacy and preventing the control of information.
The most popular criptocurrency is Bitcoin at $58,271. 22 was marginally higher compared to yesterday. On the other hand, the price of ether rose by 3.60 per cent and stood at $4,463. 77 and Doge coin was trading 0.54 per cent lower at $0.2187, as per Coinmarketcap.com.
Ripple or XRP traded at $1.03, 0.46 per cent lower than yesterday, while Shiba Inu traded 3.75 per cent lower at $0.00004068. The market value of cryptocurrencies was $2.65 trillion.