Last week, cryptocurrency enthusiasts and entrepreneurs in India anxiously waited to see how the country\u2019s Supreme Court would rule regarding the banking ban that was put into place by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Unfortunately, they would have to wait longer, as the courts, for the second week in a row, delayed the hearing until today. As the legal debate over cryptocurrencies rages on in the country, RBI has continued to try and sway the court\u2019s decision, but now has taken a different approach\u2014it wants the courts to stay out of the debate. The Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) is one of the entities that has filed a petition with the Supreme Court over the RBI ban. The central bank issued a response to the petition on September 21, stating, \u201cInc42 has the copy of the petition filed by IAMAI as well as the response filed by RBI on September 8, 2018,\u201d adding that the petition, in addition to others, \u201cis not maintainable either in law or on facts and, hence, liable to be dismissed as such.\u201d The RBI ban was introduced at the beginning of April, setting in motion a legal fight that doesn\u2019t show any signs of slowing down. The crypto-based companies argue that the ban is in violation of the Indian Constitution\u201d and has already forced several companies to shut down. According to RBI, \u201cThe impugned circular and the impugned statement neither violate the right to equality guaranteed under Article 14 or the right to trade and business guaranteed under Article 19 of the Constitution\u2026The petitioner cannot seek to exercise the extraordinary jurisdiction of this Hon\u2019ble Court to avail a right which they do not have.\u201d It further states, \u201cThere is no statutory right, much less an infringed one, available to the petitioner to open and maintain bank accounts to trade, invest or deal in virtual currencies.\u201d RBI also asserts that IAMAI and others \u201chaven\u2019t got any reasonable or tenable ground for interference by this court.\u201d Fortunately for the crypto companies, there has been a few ways to get around the ban. At the end of August, Coindelt indicated that it had relaunched support for the rupee and almost two weeks ago, Koinex announced that it had begun to offer deposits and withdrawals for rupees, allowing users to use their crypto wallets. As others find additional workarounds, cryptocurrency will certainly see a resurgence in the country.