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Get ready for an immense penalty to legalizing your crypto assets

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Feb, 24 2021

Feb, 24 2021

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The proposed cryptocurrency bill may allow holders of such currencies to exit the asset class before it’s predicted prohibited but may put a heavy penalty on its adaptation to a legal asset. 


The bill is yet to be confirmed. The procedure and method of declaration and how existing holders of the cryptocurrency should position it will be given either in the law or through the rules to be informed later, a finance ministry official thought on condition of anonymity. 

The Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill, 2021 is planned to be tabled in the current budget session of Parliament.  


The bill is deliberate to “generate a facilitative agenda for the making of the official digital currency to be spread by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The bill also pursues to forbid all private cryptocurrencies in India. Though it permits for certain exceptions to endorse the underlying technology of cryptocurrency and its practices, the Lok Sabha secretariat said in a bulletin. 


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The bill is expected to make holding, mining, selling, issuing, relocating, and use of cryptocurrency a punishable crime with a heavy fine or custody or both. 


Investment price $24 million went into crypto firms in 2020, up from a simple $5 million in the previous year, as per data from study firm Venture Intelligence. Crypto firms in India have also experienced a fruitful year since the lockdown in March 2020. Crypto trading in India has developed a formalized sector over the past few years, as of the rise of several crypto exchanges. 

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