How Soon We Can Expect The Law Banning Cryptocurrencies? | 3 Point Analysis

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India may soon introduce a new law banning trade in cryptocurrencies. As per news reports, the bill is expected to be discussed shortly by the federal cabinet before it is sent to parliament. Earlier last month, the government had done consultations with law ministry, ministry of information and technology and the RBI for a framework of the law. So, by when can we expect the law banning cryptocurrencies to be in place? And how the new law will impact the industry? Let’s find out in this edition of 3 Point Analysis
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Please avoid telling federal government. India is not formrd by many states like USA. India divided states for governering.

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