Authorities in India are likely to choose against a sweeping cryptocurrency ban and treat them as commodities, a report citing a government official has claimed. Citing a senior government official involved in the ongoing regulatory discussion surrounding cryptocurrencies, Quartz is reporting that India is unlikely to enforce a blanket ban on cryptocurrencies despite the newly-enforced

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