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Then, the couple tied up with Zebpay, an Indian bitcoin exchange company, to facilitate this idea. When their wedding cards were printed, guests were informed that if at all they wanted to give the couple a gift, bitcoin would be preferred. At the wedding reception venue, a gift booth with a bitcoin backdrop will be set up. It will be manned by staff who can handhold the guests through downloading the Zebpay app and buying bitcoin, which can be then sent to the couple. The decor will also sport quirky one-liners about bitcoin. Even the menu will carry the flavour. Guests will have the option of picking up any of these four drinks at the bar—Ethereum, Monero, Ripple, and Litecoin—all named after cryptocurrencies. Sharma and Shree’s enthusiasm over bitcoin hasn’t been marred by the fact that the Indian government and the country’s banking regulator are not comfortable with virtual currencies. Murmurs of an impending ban have been around for months. “We don’t know if it will get banned or not but we are willing to take the risk. After all we are entrepreneurs and we are used to taking risks,” said Shree.
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