The Supreme Court on Monday asked one of the accused in the GainBitcoin scam, Ajay Bhardwaj, to disclose to disclose the username and password of his cryptowallet to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) [Ajay Bhardwaj v. Union of India]..Additional Solicitor General Aishwarya Bhati, representing ED, said that the issue is not about legality of cryptocurrency. "Username and password are crucial in this matter. This has nothing to do with the legality of cryptocurrency," she said.A Bench headed by Justice DY Chandrachud then asked the accused to cooperate in the investigation and provide the username and password of his cryptowallet and make full disclosures to the investigating agency. Advocate Shoeb Alam for the complainant was also asked to submit a list of all matters pending against the accused in relation the scam..The Court was hearing a petition filed by Bhardwaj seeking quashing of the case against him. He along with alleged mastermind and brother Amit Bhardwaj are accused of running a multi-level marketing scheme promising huge returns to investors.According to Inc42, the scam size, which was initially ₹2,000 crore, was revised to ₹20,000 crore after increase in Bitcoin value.During one of the earlier hearings, the Court had asked the Central government to make its stand clear on whether or not Bitcoin is illegal.