India Ready to Unveil Cryptocurrency Law Next Month

The government of India may provide clarity on cryptocurrency regulation as soon as next month with a new draft bill now in the works. Clarity Soon Citing a counter-affidavit issued by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Quartz reports that the country’s government is likely to provide some clarity on the matter of cryptocurrencies sometime in the […]

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Indian Authorities Nab High-Profile Bitcoin Scammers

As India still remains uncertain regarding its regulatory framework for digital currency operations, a number of high-profile fraud cases involving Bitcoin have come to light. Police authorities from the Indian State of Chandigarh recently arrested Amit Bharadwaj for his role in a multicrore Bitcoin scam, reports local publication The Indian Express.  According to the Chandigarh police, three investors […]

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India ‘Not in Favor’ of Banning Cryptocurrency (Reports)

Wilma Woo · June 13, 2018 · 9:00 am The Indian government is reportedly “not in favor” of banning cryptocurrency, new sources claim June 13. Gov’t vs. Central Bank Citing local financial company Cogencis, local news media outlet Economic Times said a dedicated panel studying cryptocurrency “may suggest allowing cryptocurrency,” but with undisclosed “riders” – […]

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Teenage Girl From India Sells Crypto App to California Firm

Ali Raza · April 7, 2018 · 1:00 am A 16-year-old girl from India developed her own cryptocurrency tracking app and, in the process, has gained worldwide attention within the crypto community – and an offer from a major blockchain investment firm. Some people might say that a 16-year-old is still just a child and […]

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India Becoming the ICO-Marketing Hub for Crypto Platforms

Nikita Blows · April 4, 2018 · 3:00 pm India may be most well known for its Taj Mahal and Golden Temple. However, it is gaining a reputation in the crypto community as a place to find an extremely affordable provider of marketing services. Marketing can be expensive, whether in-house services or outsourcing. In the […]

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