Indian Crypto Industry Launches Campaign Urging Lawmakers to Dismiss Crypto B...

Indian Crypto Industry Launches Campaign Urging Lawmakers to Dismiss Crypto B...

Indian crypto exchanges have pooled their resources together and launched a campaign to gain support from as many parliament members as possible about cryptocurrency regulation. The crypto bill is listed to soon be introduced in parliament. It seeks to prohibit cryptocurrencies while creating a framework for the digital rupee to be issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Indian Crypto Industry’s Campaign to Bring About Positive Crypto Regulation The Indian government plans to introduce the cryptocurrency bill entitled “The Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital....


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