In India crypto won't be the first case of privately issued currencies

Since no one knows exactly what effect these privately issued currencies will have, the government is planning to pass a law on them in the forthcoming winter session of Parliament


After several years of deliberation, the government is going to table a bill on cryptocurrencies in the forthcoming winter session of Parliament. Whatever is acheives or doesn’t, we need to
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First Published: Nov 27 2021 | 12:19 PM IST

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