An interesting situation has developed in India. There was no official ban on operations with bitcoin in the country, but local regulators and major financial institutions do not recognize it as a legal tender. The lack of regulation does not prevent officials from interfering and trying to restrict the work of crypto-instruments. For example, the popular Indian crypto-exchange Koinex recently announced forced restrictions on the withdrawal of the rupee, as banks prevented the conduct of transactions. A lawyer working with several Indian exchanges told local media that this was due to unofficial pressure from the central bank.
Nevertheless, many governments, including Ukrainian ones, still have not made a word about the crypto-currencies and trading bitcoins to make money in their legislation. Perhaps this is even for the better – everyone has the right to decide independently what means of payment to use and what to invest.