Tag: india crypto tax

Apr 28 2022

India Will Have A Measured Approach to Crypto Regulations Says Finance Minister

Amid all the pessimism surrounding crypto regulations in India, Finance Nirmala Sitharaman has finally cleared some air. During her recent interaction at Stanford University, Sitharaman said that India will have a measured approach to the regulation of digital assets. She assured that the government won't rush through with its decision of regulating crypto. Sitharaman added:...

Apr 05 2022

This Indian MP Wants Crypto Taxes Increased By 50%, But Why?

Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha and Indian politician, Sushil Kumar Modi has presented a proposition that taxes on cryptocurrencies should be raised from the current 30% to 50%. Sushil Modi reveals his...

Mar 30 2022

Indian Lawmaker Calls Out Indian Govt. Over Unfair Crypto Taxation

Mar 30 2022 Published at Coingape under tags  india india crypto india crypto tax news

Cryptocurrency has become a burning topic all around the globe. Nations are either creating regulations around it or banning it. In the same perusal, Member of parliament,...

Mar 25 2022

“Ban On Crypto Equivalent To Banning Internet”- Says Indian Lawmaker

Mar 25 2022 Published at Coingape under tags  30% crypto tax india crypto tax news

The Indian government has always looked hesitant towards the adoption of cryptocurrency. Even Country’s Lawmaker Pinaki Misra believes that the administration has created confusion regarding investing in digital assets. While he also states...

Feb 01 2022

Breaking: India Announces 30% Tax on Crypto Profits, the Highest Tax Band In the Country

Feb 01 2022 Published at Coingape under tags  30% crypto tax btcbrl btcbusd btcdai btceur

Profits derived from trading Crypto Assets will attract 30% taxes, Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman made an announcement while addressing the budget session earlier today, February 1. This clears the air on crypto...

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