As the Indian Supreme Court overturned the central bank's cryptocurrency ban, more and more traders began to enter the Indian market. The Bitcoin trading platform Bitbuddy recently announced its launch in India, which allows buyers and sellers to trade directly on its platform, similar to how online retailers operate. Bitbuddy CEO Ashish Agarwal said: "India has more than 5 million crypto users. We believe that each of them is interested in Bitcoin. We believe that this year it will attract 100,000 customers."