The rising cryptocurrency usage in India, combined with Bitcoin’s rising price recently increased the government’s interest in the cryptocurrency market. In order to regulate the market, a committee was set up by the country’s Finance Ministry, which has been analyzing the cryptocurrency market, usage trends and the technology itself for few months. According to reports […]
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