Cryptocurrency is a digital coin money of a country which is established electronically in which methods are accepted for encoding and are recycled to manage the whole of created money and it is also beneficial to check the transaction of cash which are performing its function freely and without any restrictions of a central bank. One of the most ordinary instances of cryptocurrency is Bitcoin which is gaining popularity in India every now and then even with restrictions upon it to use in India. The main difficulty to use these cryptocurrencies is its safety controversy. These digital coins are not as much protected as the people think they are. The second difficulty faced by many people is the variation problem of the currency is not known to anybody as it is uncertain. Anything which varies so much is the most ineffective thing to use. There are many things which India needs to learn from this digital era are that some are for their benefit but some of them are to create tension and to worry about. Even though we all know that India is moving fast towards the era of Digital age and that day is not far away that India will also be considered as one of the most developed nation in the world. These virtual digital coins will be more popular in the coming future. However, there is no confirm institution to determine the number of bitcoins and to decide about the number for the production, keeping the document about how many are there and to interrogate in case of any issue. It can be considered as association of connections. They are controlled by the non-centralized network. Their actions are guarded by their owners and the highly strict codes are developed to safeguard their boundaries in which they work accordingly.
India is known for its ethnic and cultural diversity since time immemorial. It has been accommodative of people belonging to different religions, cultural backgrounds, and locale. This paper tries to locate how the recent trend undertaken by various state governments across the country’s landscape to rename cities, iconic places and the practice of erecting statues of stalwarts with political mileage has been perceived by people across the country. The paper also tries to find out how these changes have had an impact or consequence on the lives of people residing in a particular place where the change has taken place. On analyzing the responses collected through an online questionnaire the paper concludes that most of the respondents perceive these measures as ineffective in reviving India’s past glory but rather as a potential source of harm to the society.