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Argus Partners
The most popular cryptocurrency, bitcoin, was created in 2009 by one or more individuals under the pseudonym "Satoshi Nakamoto".
Ikigai Law
The Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology of the Securities and Exchanges Commission recently released a Framework for ‘Investment Contract' Analysis of Digital Assets.
Ikigai Law
In November 2018, the SEC promised to come out with a ‘plain English' guidance for developers who wished to undertake their own token offerings (‘token' is used to indicate a cryptocurrency, crypto-asset or a digital asset; ...
Ikigai Law
The Payment and Settlement Systems Act, 2007 ("PSS Act") for the first time recognized payments as a different function from a bank's core functions, such as lending, accepting deposits or managing monetary policy
Ikigai Law
The Steering Committee on Fintech Related Issues (‘Committee'), set up by the Ministry of Finance, recently issued its report (‘Report')[1], in which it takes stock...
Ikigai Law
This is the first in a series of blog posts on blockchain governance.
AZB & Partners
Blockchain Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of India, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
IndusLaw
Despite the global market slow-down owing to the recent outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indian fin-tech sector has done exceedingly well this past quarter.
King, Stubb & Kasiva
Amidst Covid 19 pandemic, one of the widely discussed topics is the legal validity of the order dated March 29, 2020 ("Order") issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Singh & Associates
A recent order passed by the Delhi High Court in the case of Ferid Allani v. Union of India and Ors., proved to be a radical decision on the jurisprudence related to patentability of computer software programs ...
Phoenix Legal
The use of cryptocurrency has always been a point of contention with its legality being a mystery to public.
Khaitan & Co
Digitisation is becoming the main stay of commerce and industry in India. The country has entered the cashless phase of economy.
Vaish Associates Advocates
The applications on Ethereum are run on its platform-specific cryptographic token, ether.
GameChanger Law Advisors
The Government's rationale for the move was that MDR and other fees involved in digital payments increased costs for merchants, which disincentivized them from offering digital payment modes to their
J. Sagar Associates
While India is in the throes of its battle with the deadly COVID-19, the payments industry has not been far behind in assessing its impact on the sector and taking necessary preventive actions.
Argus Partners
Banks and other financial institutions have always been at the forefront of technology usage for their business purposes.
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
Cryptocurrency can be understood as digital assets created to function as a mode exchange which uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions.
Vaish Associates Advocates
Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency; it is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses cryptography to control its creation and management, rather than to rely on a central authority.
Vaish Associates Advocates
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) first issued its ban on banks' dealings with crypto businesses back in April 2018 (the ‘order'), which took effect in July of that year.
LexCounsel Law Offices
The crypto-currency platforms have been subjected to various governmental actions in the past without the virtual currencies being banned in India.
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