While investing and trading in crypto assets is allowed in India as of now, the laws are still not clear as to how they are regulated and taxed
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Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) chairman Ajay Tyagi on Tuesday said that the market regulator doesn’t want mutual funds to come up with new fund offers (NFOs) based on crypto assets until the government has announced regulations for cryptocurrencies.
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