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The growing ubiquity of crypto assets makes it all but likely that our courts too will be faced with some of these questions.
Bitcoins and Supreme Court
Debayan Roy
The top court said the prayers in the PIL lay in the legislative domain and that the petitioner could approach other authorities for remedies under the law.
kerala high court
Sara Susan Jiji
The Court was dealing with a bail plea by a man who was alleged to have procured cocaine and MDMA through the dark net, by placing an order on the Wickr Me app and making cryptocurrency payments throu ...
Abhishek Kale, Bharat Sharma and Niyati Shroff
Abhishek Kale
All major cryptocurrency exchanges have slowed down their promotion of cryptocurrencies and their use of celebrity endorsements, which have been criticised for being misleading and potentially harmful ...
Parliament Watch
Ritima Singh
A recap of some interesting questions raised during the first few days of the 2022 Monsoon Session of Parliament.
Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy’s recent working paper recommends two courses - include cryptocurrencies in the classification of capital assets or stock-in-trade and clarify the nature of cryptocurrenc ...
Bar & Bench
More than ₹49 crore was recovered from WazirX, while over ₹17 crore was taken from Coin DCX, and CoinSwitch Kuber was made to pay ₹16 crore.
Parliament Watch
Bar & Bench
A brief recap of a few questions raised in the Lok Sabha during the ongoing Budget Session of Parliament that resumed on Monday.
Webinar on "Cryptocurrency & Its Future in India" by Jayant Bhatt
Bar & Bench
Jus Corpus aims to bring various aspects and chains of Law under a single umbrella and provide services to the Law students.
Mohit Kapoor
Mohit Kapoor
The question now is whether a blanket ban on all private cryptocurrencies and having a single regulated 'official digital currency' defeats the purpose of cryptocurrencies in general.
Delhi court notice to CERT, crypto platform on plea seeking ban on futures trading in cryptocurrencies
Prashant Jha
The plea has sought a declaration that forward-contracting of cryptocurrencies without any actual physical delivery amounts to a wagering contract and is, therefore, void under Section 30 of Indian Co ...
DNLU, Jabalpur
Bar & Bench
The resource person, Dr. Srinivas Yanamandra is the Chief, Compliance at the New Development Bank promoted by the BRICS member countries.
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