India plans to introduce law to ban cryptocurrency trading
The bill is expected to be discussed shortly by the federal cabinet before it is sent to parliament, according to people familiar with the development who who asked not to be identified, citing rules on speaking with the media.
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Bitcoin volatility surges amid flirtation with $12,000 threshold
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Cryptos back in currency. But are they smart investments?
According to several crypto-exchange owners, the rush of retail investors (HNIs and small retail) started after the Supreme Court lifted the central bank-imposed ban on crypto exchanges operating in the country.
Boom or bust? Welcome to the freewheeling world of crypto lending
In the future, backers say, bonds or stocks will be issued and traded directly on their blockchain-based platforms instead of by investment banks or centralised exchanges. Code, not humans, will oversee the processes, they say.
India among top whistleblower tip providers to US mkt regulator
India is among the top five countries outside the US where individuals have submitted whistleblower tips to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) between 2011 and 2019 fiscal years. The tips relate to companies listed in the US.
Novogratz says stock-market bubble will probably pop if Biden wins
Novogratz, 55, founder of Galaxy Investment Partners and a former hedge fund manager, said the market was in a “liquidity-driven frenzy,” fueled by stocks like Amazon Inc. and Tesla Inc.
Time for India and other emerging markets to outperform: Marc Faber
Faber said bank stocks that have underperformed globally and they look attractive from an investment point of view.
View: Not all the glitter of cryptocurrency is gold
The most interesting idea, however, that has emerged recently is that of a fiat cryptocurrency. This seems counter-intuitive. Digital tokens were devised to avoid the centralised payment system.
Bitcoin surpasses $12,000 then tumbles in wild weekend action
The world’s largest cryptocurrency rose to $12,112 in trading just after midnight New York time.
People fear they’ve got too much cash in their bank accounts
The comfortable, if small, returns of high-yield savings accounts are looking less palatable as volatile assets take off.
Bitcoin rises above $10,000 for first time since early June
Due to the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, the virtual currency went through its third so-called halving on May 11.
Former Wall Street trader seeks to make sense of crypto world
Stablecoins -- or tokens pegged to other assets that are designed to be less volatile -- have seen an increase in usage in certain corners of the market.
Bitcoin enthusiasts face bigger problems than twitter scam
Bitcoin fell as much as 1.9% in Thursday’s session to trade as low as $9,037 in New York -- just points away from testing the critical $9,000 support level.
Bitcoin enthusiasts face bigger problems than Twitter scam
“A break below $9,000 would raise a yellow warning flag on Bitcoin,” said Matt Maley.