India’s Securities Regulator Warns Advisers Against Dealing in Unregulated Assets


The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the nation’s high securities regulator, issued a discover to advisers on Thursday warning them to not deal in belongings that aren’t regulated in the nation.

  • SEBI stated it will take motion towards any funding adviser dealing in unregulated belongings, together with digital gold. Cryptocurrencies are additionally thought-about unregulated belongings.
  • The discover comes on the again of current feedback from the CEO of India’s latest crypto “unicorn,” CoinSwitch Kuber, that the federal government and regulators are in talks with crypto firms for a plan to manage the trade.
  • The Indian authorities has seemingly relaxed its plans to ban crypto outright, and is now seeking to regulate its use in unlawful transactions.

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