The growth in India is coming from the 18-35 year old cohort, says the co-founder of India’s first cryptocurrency exchange

RBI says it has ‘major concerns’ about the asset class and six months ago the government proposed a ban on trading in digital coins

In India, where households own more than 25,000 tonnes of gold, investments in crypto grew from about $200 million to nearly $40 billion in the past year

RBI says it has ‘major concerns’ about the asset class and six months ago the government proposed a ban on trading in digital coins

In India, where households own more than 25,000 tonnes of gold, investments in crypto grew from about $200 million to nearly $40 billion in the past year, according to Chainalysis. That’s despite outright hostility toward the asset class from the central bank and a proposed trading ban.

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