- February 4, 2019
- Posted by: Dollar Destruction
- Category: Cryptocurrency News
Last year, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley stated that cryptocurrencies will not be a legal tender.
HYDERABAD: If the cryptocurrency geeks were anticipating to listen to the legality of the digital currency, it has been proved futile. There has been no announcement made on the legality of cryptocurrencies, unlike the previous year.
However, this year Finance Minister Piyush Goyal did not make any mention of the new form currency. The omission has disappointed cryptocurrency investors across the country. Many even took to Twitter expressing their disappointment.
“Several cryptocurrency investors were expecting a statement revolving around cryptocurrency. They were expecting a clarity,” said Sachin Yadav, a city-based cryptocurrency expert.Unlike in 2017 and the first quarter of 2018, surprisingly, the value of Bitcoin fell sharply this year and many expecting returns at a high rate were left disappointed.
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