Subhash Chandra Garg, a Former finance secretary has advised the government not to ban cryptocurrency but to allow it and put regulations around it.
He says the country should also allow crypto assets and encourage crypto services.
However, the initially proposed crypto bill that was to be released after the parliament meeting was delayed and the government hasn’t announced a new plan as regarding the bill.
Goldman Sachs launches a new Digital Assets dashboard to track and provide cryptocurrency market data and news to clients at different intervals every day.
A major step from the Investment Giant which had initially created a cryptocurrency trading team. This new team focuses on cryptocurrency risk management for Goldman clients and a part of Global Currencies and Emerging Markets (GCEM).
Mathew McDermott is the new team lead.
Gemini cryptocurrency exchange founded and managed by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss launched a Dogecoin saving on Gemini Earn where investors are able to earn 2.25% APY holding DOGE.
DOGE holders will earn daily hereby compounding their holdings on the exchange.
There is no minimum amount of DOGE to hold and holders can withdraw anytime.
Gemini also added SushiSwap, Injective, and Polygon to the Gemini Earn.
The price of Ethereum has jumped above $4,000 for the first time.
The price of the second-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization climbed above the $4,000 level around 3:00 UTC on Monday just a week after breaking through the $3,000 level. It is changing hands at $4,118 as of press time.
According to data from CoinGecko, Ethereum’s market capitalization now sits at over $463 billion at the time of writing.
Interest in Cardano (ADA) is surging as the development team behind the crypto, works on real-world applications.
Data from Google Trends, which analyzes the popularity of search queries in Google Search, show that interest in Cardano news is surging over the past few months.
It started by the end of January and hit a peak on March 14.
The data also revealed that the country most interested in the sixth-largest cryptocurrency by market cap is the Netherlands, followed by Ireland and Australia.