No issue with crypto in India if laws are followed: MoS IT Chandrasekhar

RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das also said in February that cryptocurrencies lacked the underlying value of even a tulip


Rajeev Chandrasekhar

India's junior IT minister on Thursday said there was no issue with cryptocurrencies in India if all laws are followed, in remarks that contradicted the central bank's view advising investors to stay away from crypto. India has been trying to come up with regulation for cryptocurrencies, with a central bank deputy governor even calling for them to be banned, but the government has not been able to formulate legislation yet.

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