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NO!! Crypto Hasn’t Been Legalised Yet : Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

| Updated: February 11, 2022 19:36

Nirmala Sitharaman has broke her silence over the issue of Legalising Crypto in the country, After the the proposed implementation of tax on Private Crypto Currency during Budget 2022, Finance Minister has spoken up after the Crypto Currency Tax got mixed reaction and people assuming the actions as Legalization of the Private Crypto Currency.

Finance Minister Said “ I am not going to legalise it or ban it at this stage. Banning or not banning will come subsequently, when consultations give me input” The current statement by FM has cleared the air and have shut down all the assumptions made by the people on the matter of Crypto Legalisation

RBI was already showing the strict resistance towards the Issue of Legalising private Crypto Currencies and has warned against Legalisation as it will leave a huge impact on Country’s Financial stability and they strongly stood on ground with their belief that private cryptocurrencies are a threat to financial stability

RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das after Monetary policy review said “Cryptocurrencies have no underlying (value), not even a tulip.”

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman implemented Tax Gains on the sales of the private crypto on the rate of flat 30% without any deduction and exemption

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