#InvestmentSpecial: Digital Currency Might be Illegal in India but You Can Still Invest in it. Here's How

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1. Digital currency is not a legal tender in India but you are a believer of this technology, then blockchain is for you.

2. Unlike India, Bitcoin is legal in the United States and is listed for trade at the New York Stock Exchange. Digital Currencies are Legal in Canada, Australia, European Union, China, Russia, Vietnam, Bolivia, Columbia and Ecuador.

3. If you are looking to invest within Asia, then Singapore is the hottest market for you.

4. In case of Bitcoin trade, everyone should refrain from offline transactions as they may end up being rogue.

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