Bitcoin Ban In India News

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20 hours ago  · The Indian government is mulling a blanket ban on dealing in virtual currencies such as Bitcoin in the country, according to The Economic Times report. The Indian Ministry of Finance is already said to have drafted a proposal to pursue the ban. The government has been concerned about the use of cryptocurrencies in money laundering and criminal activities as the trail cannot be established.

12/09/2019  · Bitcoins in India had only started to gain momentum when a banking ban in 2018 by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) cooled off the sentiment. RBI had then said that any entity regulated by it such as banks, wallets etc shall not deal with or provide services to any individual or business entities for buying or selling of cryptocurrencies. Since then, Indian investors have been wary of Bitcoins.

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Supreme Court of India has struck off Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) banking ban against #Crypto. The Court held that RBI Circular dated 6th April 2018 is unconstitutional. — Crypto Kanoon (@cryptokanoon) March 4, 2020. The move at the time sparked an exodus of crypto exchanges in the country out to other blockchain.

According to recent reports, the Ministry of Finance in India has proposed to ban digital assets. The move comes only three months after the nation’s Supreme Court revoked a two-year-old ban. Despite The Growing Interest, India Might Ban Bitcoin Once Again