India will reportedly introduce bill to make owning cryptocurrency illegal
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India will reportedly introduce bill to make owning cryptocurrency illegal


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India is reportedly moving forward with a sweeping ban on cryptocurrencies.

According to Reuters, the country's legislature will introduce a bill that criminalizes trading, mining, issuing, transferring, or possessing cryptocurrency.

The bill is likely to pass if it's introduced, giving India some of the world's strictest digital currency laws.


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