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September 19, 2017, 03:02:29 PM
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Anyone knows whats the legal status of starting a ICO from India? Will the government approve it? I think investing in ICO's is ok if I use cryptocurrency because government wont be able to trace out that. But I need to know whether the income tax department requires any document for Starting an ICO like source of income documents etc.

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September 19, 2017, 03:52:34 PM
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I am from the US and right now the SEC didnt set up any concrete regulations. Most likely these regulations will be set in 2018 that's why all these ICO won't allow US investors because a lot of people are expecting the SEC it ban it like China. Very very interesting times. My biggest question will be what if as a US citizen you buy ALT coins and make couple milion bucks and deposit it on your Bank of America account can the SEC take it away or US government?

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September 19, 2017, 08:58:39 PM
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Anyone knows whats the legal status of starting a ICO from India?

Most of the news I'm reading online are always focusing on China, I didn't knew that there is something happening on India. Is there really happening there? Can an Indian here confirm?

Will the government approve it?

I did the research and this is what I found http://kryptomoney.com/latest-cryptocurrency-news-india-may-launch-its-own-cryptocurrency/

I think investing in ICO's is ok if I use cryptocurrency because government wont be able to trace out that. But I need to know whether the income tax department requires any document for Starting an ICO like source of income documents etc.

It's a good way to earn and if there's no law for ICO's there and you are skeptic about it, why not try and give a call to your tax department's hotline and ask them about it?

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September 20, 2017, 09:46:08 AM
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Does anybody know how companies after successful ICO managed to send fiat legally to their company's bank account? What about KYC/AML ? Is there any jurisdiction friendly about that?

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September 20, 2017, 12:46:11 PM
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Well here in Europe there are no restrictions in place
so we are feee to get involved in whatever ICO we like.

It will be interesting how China is going to finalise its
stance on ICO,s and i feel there will be other countries
Willing to follow Chinas and the U.S' lead.

From what i have read, chinas ban is temporary...

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September 21, 2017, 09:54:42 AM
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September 21, 2017, 12:06:39 PM
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Well here in Europe there are no restrictions in place
so we are feee to get involved in whatever ICO we like.

It will be interesting how China is going to finalise its
stance on ICO,s and i feel there will be other countries
Willing to follow Chinas and the U.S' lead.

From what i have read, chinas ban is temporary...

I agree with you. I am from Europe and seems there is no problem with ICO and cryptocurrency (for now). Also, there is much more opened the possibility for implementing banking and transferring crypto value on fiat. I'm even surprised that until now we do not have any serious steps from the most developed countries with crypto integration in the monetary system.

I think China ban is temporary until they have government regulation about cryptocurrency and ICO. I am self-conscious what will happen when all the rules are fully determined and China officially accept cryptocurrencies

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September 21, 2017, 12:11:58 PM
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I am also from Europe and here we do not ahve any restrictions. I think after China regulations are in palce (also Russia plans to setup them till the end of 2017) there will be more countries defining own regulations for this growing market.
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