According to a Business Standard report, uncertainty around cryptocurrencies in India continues as the government is considering blocking the internet protocol (IP) addresses of prominent crypto exchanges in the country. The Inherent Crypto Ban Business Standard added that the government would implement the move after three to six months for investors to square their crypto-investments.
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