There is a rumor floating around that India’s government could completely ban cryptocurrencies but the chances of the ban are virtually nil.
Zebpay has officially released its trading services in Australia with a new office already open in the fintech hub of Melbourne.
Zebpay has reportedly set up entities in Singapore and Malta, which reportedly will enable it to “provide cryptocurrency exchange and OTC services to 20 countries in Europe.”
Zebpay has ceased all digital currency-related trading on its platform, effective Sept. 28. The exchange cited the “extremely difficult” conditions that crypto-related businesses had to operate in recently as the reason behind
Indian cryptocurrency exchange Zebpay has halted deposits and withdrawals in Indian rupees, ahead of the pending ban on cryptocurrency businesses that came into force on Thursday.