New Details About India Banning Cryptocurrency Emerge — Crypto Community Sees...

New Details About India Banning Cryptocurrency Emerge — Crypto Community Sees...

New details have emerged suggesting that the Indian government will go ahead with banning cryptocurrency, in contrast to what the crypto community believes. In her latest interview regarding cryptocurrency legislation, India’s finance minister said that there will be a window for experimentation for cryptocurrency, blockchain, and fintech. Reports of India Banning Cryptocurrency The Indian crypto community is closely watching whether the government will ban cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin. A cabinet note regarding cryptocurrency legislation is being finalized and will soon be....


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