This startup is offering cryptos backed by gold, silver to Indians2 min read . Updated: 11 Oct 2021, 11:13 AM IST
- The digital gold space in India is largely unregulated with a variety of apps offering this product including Kuvera and Paytm Money. Investors can also invest in formal financial instruments linked to gold such as gold ETFs, sovereign gold bonds.
MUMBAI: Oropocket, a crypto firm founded in 2018, allows Indians to invest in cryptocurrency tokens backed by gold and silver. The Delhi-headquartered company has a user base of 8,000 and assets under management worth $350,000, according to Tarusha Mittal, its COO and co founder.
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