Hyderabad: If you are a regular user of Clubhouse or Leher, it is possible that you have come across clubs on cryptocurrency, bitcoin and the likes. From giving knowledge on the basics of cryptocurrency to guiding experienced investors on advanced levels of the crypto world, these audio-based social apps are becoming the go to place for information.
While Clubhouse features thousands of clubs on this topic with thousands of users, its Indian alternative Leher is also not far behind. The former has some high-profile crypto experts on its platform giving gyaan on crypto and its various facets. Similarly, Leher is continuously seeing a surge in cryptocurrency-related discussions.
“Although a lucrative option, the majority of the Indian audience is still naive when it comes to knowledge and awareness around crypto investments. These discussions on the Leher app are helping people to seek better understanding with experts,” said Vikas Malpani, co-founder and CEO, Leher app.
The discussions on the platform are usually around how to invest in crypto, crypto regulations in India, the future of crypto investments, blockchain technology, and more.
The Supreme Court lifted the RBI banking ban on crypto trading in March 2020 stressing upon alternative regulatory measures. Since then, crypto discussions are everywhere. Recently, a Chainalysis report ranked India 11th in the list of global crypto adoption, given its user base of 10 million crypto users trading in volumes reaching up to $350 million on a daily basis.
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