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India Making Plans to Launch Its Own Government Backed Cryptocurrency

Despite its best efforts to keep crypto out of India, it appears that the Indian government is still not willing to completely exclude cryptocurrencies. According to the new announcement, India is making plans to launch its own digital currency. India…
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Number of Compromised Routers in India Doubled, Reaching Almost 30,000

A recent report by security company Banbreach has found that in the past month, the number of routers compromised by cryptojacking software in India has doubled. The report indicates that hackers have cracked over 30,000 routers within the…
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Hackers Find Goldmine by Cryptojacking Indian Government Websites

As the Indian government further complicates their stance on whether or not citizens should be allowed to trade and own cryptocurrencies, hackers have found a way to exploit government websites in order to make a fortune in cryptocurrency through…
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Reserve Bank of India Urges Supreme Court to Regulate Crypto

India’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), has urged the country’s Supreme Court to regulate cryptocurrencies, local news outlet the Financial Express reports July 21. In April of this year, the RBI announced it will stop providing…
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India Has Become More Optimistic in Crypto as Big Companies Challenge Court

Crypto companies were heard in India on July 20 as they told the supreme court that the ban on banks interacting with cryptocurrencies is illegal. The global community has placed widespread pressure on the courts to stop the ban, as crypto exchanges…