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July 04, 2018, 11:13:19 AM
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Bitcoin is hard to grow and has a hard time finding in India, it is not completely banned. People in India use bitcoin and invest in it due to its growth and profitability. The Indian government plans to create its own currency in India

Well if their government can sure launch their own Cryptocurrency then I think they will have their own agenda towards it because they really want to ban bitcoin, and they also claim that Bitcoin is a ponzi scheme and that it lacks intrinsic value, While the RBI or the Reserve Bank of India are cutting ties with all that are involved with Cryptocurrency that is why the relationship between bitcoin and India is convoluted and confusing.














 

 

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Bitcoin in INDIA is very strict, it meets many regulations, People in India use bitcoin and invest in it due to its growth and profitability. The Indian government plans to create its own currency in India.
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