With two consecutive taxes ready to eat away at their holdings, most Indian investors have seemed to have opted for hibernation amid an unforgiving bear market.
Zebpay is a Singapore-headquartered cryptocurrency exchange. The company started business as a global wallet service before the exchange was launched in 2014. In 2018, Zebpay closed doors to its Indian customers due to the country’s banking ban. The regulatory environment made it expand to “more cryptocurrency-friendly locations” — Australia and Singapore. According to the team, they have reached 3 million users and processed 2.9 billion Australian dollars ($2 billion) in fiat transactions.
“Crypto exchanges want to be part of IndiaTech because we have moved the needle in the past few months on the narrative and perception of this industry," said Rameesh Kailasam.3152
Crypto exchange Zebpay aims to create an ecosystem for digital-collectible fans in India.10977
“Learn about simple, secure Bitcoin,” the ads state.5514
ZebPay teams up with Chainalysis to monitor transactions in India as the firm re-expands services in its home country.10155
Singapore-based crypto exchange Zebpay opens its doors to Indian clientele once again after a 16-month hiatus.7623
An Australian crypto exchange helps SMSF holders diversify their retirement funds by investing in crypto.3168
Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange Zebpay has launched trading services in Australia.3399
An exchange says it wants to “liberate crypto from the shackles of fees” by enabling traders to perform transactions without any costs in 131 countries.5396
India is getting a dedicated group for exploring blockchain expansion courtesy of the Internet and Mobile Association of India.4777
One of India’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges has suddenly suspended its services due to the uncertain legal status of crypto assets.8902
Zebpay has opted to halt Indian rupee operations for users as India enacts a ban on providing banking services to cryptocurrency businesses.24527
Cointelegraph spoke to India’s three largest cryptocurrency exchanges, which unanimously stated that the cryptocurrency ban rumors are nothing more than FUD.73756
The Reserve Bank of India is determined to make sure Indians know about the riskiness of digital currency, meanwhile government can’t decide on regulations.36621
Interest in Bitcoin and other digital currencies is booming in the world’s second most populous country, which could be a huge boon for bulls.20075