A growing number of cryptocurrency exchanges in India are adding stablecoins such as trueusd (TUSD) and tether (USDT) to their platforms. They are part of the solutions exchanges have come up with in order to minimize the impact of the crypto banking ban imposed by the country’s central bank. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into […]
Post source: Stablecoins Gaining Popularity in India to Minimize Central Bank’s Impact
More Bitcoin News and Cryptocurrency News on TheBitcoinNews.com
read whole article

Related Links

  1. Cash Losing Popularity, Banks Losing Trust - The Time is Ripe for Bitcoin?
  2. 10 Reasons Why Central Banks Will Miss the Next Currency Renaissance
  3. Singapore Central Bank Inks Blockchain Deals With India, South Korea
  4. Bank of Japan Fintech Head: Don't Expect Central Banks to Lead DLT
  5. ECB Council Member: Central Banks Considering Crypto Regulation
  6. Bitcoin Will Pop ‘Real Bubble’ Created by Central Banks, Senior Advocate Says
  7. As India Goes Cashless, its Central Bank Researches Blockchain
  8. Settlement Coin Creators Seek to 'Liberalize' Central Banks With Blockchain
  9. Decentralizating Central Banks: How R3 Envisions the Future of Fiat
  10. When Not If? Banks Strike Optimistic Tone on Blockchain Impact