India's Finance Minister clarifies the encryption ban: not all encryption windows are closed

India's Finance Minister clarifies the encryption ban: not all encryption windows are closed

2021/3/15

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stated in an interview that the so-called proposed cryptocurrency ban does not close all cryptocurrency windows. She said: "I and the Supreme Court have made relevant comments, and the central bank may call for the introduction of central bank digital currency, but we are very clear that it is not to close all cryptocurrency options." She said that the government will allow people to use certain window experiments. Blockchain, Bitcoin, or other cryptocurrencies. At the same time, the cabinet meeting has discussed cryptocurrencies, and related plans will be launched soon.


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