New Crypto TV Show To Start In India This Month By the Name of ‘Hard Fork’, Will Air on April 22
India may not be the most receptive country in the world when it comes to cryptocurrencies, but it seems that the battle is far from lost in the country. A new TV show called Hard Fork is about to start there and many local and global issues will be discussed in it.
The producers of the show have affirmed that the new program will dive deep in some of the issues of the sector and the outlook of the leaders in the world of the blockchain. Obviously, the so-called crypto ban will also be an important subject in the show.
Last year, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) decided to forbid the Indian banks from providing services to crypto companies. This has caused an apocalyptical scenario in the country which made several companies completely shut down, so it is impossible to ignore this subject.
Shantanu Sharma, the host of the upcoming show, has affirmed that his company, Incryptt Labs, has been conducting seminars and roundtable discussions on the crypto world for a while now. His newest program will be fully recorded in English and will start to be aired on April 22. The first season will have a total of 10 episodes.
According to Sharma, each episode will have enough content for last for at least 30 minutes and they will be released weekly. However, this does depend on the feedback from the viewers, which may lead the team to increase the frequency of the show. The audio will be also used for podcasts created by the team.
You will be able to watch the show on Amazon Fire TV, or via Youtube and Facebook. The promotion will occur on many social media channels.
What Will Be the Main Topics of The Show?
There are already many topics that are planned to be covered on the new show. According to Sharma, the idea is to give the audience a broader view of the crypto sector, its strengths and issues.
The team wants, for instance, to showcase what is being done in the blockchain sector in India. They want to excite people to look at this industry and see how much it is growing.They want to show people working on it, their struggles and how they are overcoming it.
Obviously, the legality and the regulatory issues will also be a very important part of the show. The show will touch on the regulation that is currently being drafted by the government and talk about the decisions that will affect the future of the Indian market.
One of the goals of the producers is to show the perspective of the Indian market and to show how this global sector is specifically grown in the country.
Different blockchains, Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and projects will be shown at the program and most of them will be from India, but some are going to be from abroad as well. Sharma said that the show will be very India-focused but that it will not be the sole focus of the program.