Bitcoin, Ethereum or NFT will never become legal tender: Finance Secretary

People investing in private crypto should understand that it is not having the authorisation of the government, says Finance Secretary T V Somanathan


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New Delhi
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Ethereum will never become a legal tender, Finance Secretary T V Somanathan told ANI adding only the digital rupee issued by the Reserve Bank of India

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First Published: Feb 2 2022 | 6:18 PM IST

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