Implementation of Blockchain in Indian Banking Sector

The blogpost is Part-4 of the Cryptocurrency Series taken up by the Centre. The present post is authored by Mr. Bhanu Jindal, Third Year Law Student at National Law University, Jodhpur. Introduction Blockchain is an open and distributed ledger, which is capable of being programmed and executing smart contracts, which records transactions between two partiesContinue reading “Implementation of Blockchain in Indian Banking Sector”

The Subhash Garg Committee Report & The Draft Bill: Why was it a wrong call?

The blogpost is Part-2 of the Cryptocurrency Series taken up by the Centre. The present post is authored by Ms. Navya Bhandari & Mr. Pratham Pratap Mohanty, Third Year Law Students at National Law University, Jodhpur.

Blockchain Technology: A Consensus Model Debate of Proof of Work v. Proof of Stake

The blogpost is Part-1 of the Cryptocurrency Series taken up by the Centre. The present post is authored by Mr. Aashish Gupta, a Second Year Law Student at National Law University, Jodhpur. Abstract Blockchain is one the most interesting technical invention of this era. It has recently come into limelight with the introduction of cryptocurrenciesContinue reading “Blockchain Technology: A Consensus Model Debate of Proof of Work v. Proof of Stake”

Resolving India’s NPA crisis the bad (bank) way

This essay was adjudged as the best entry in the Second NLUJ CSBF Essay Writing Competition, 2020-21. The article was submitted by Ahhkam Khan. The author is a student at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow.

Wirecard scandal – Is Indian banking and finance sector prepared?

Wirecard, a German payment processing company, primarily focused on transactions via debit card, credit card, and other digital methods as the site initially focused on earning revenue by providing services to porn and gambling websites