With the advent of digital currencies, digital currency is gaining popularity in India.
But the practice of accepting bitcoins is still not completely accepted in the country.
Read moreRead MoreBitcoin and the government have also been embroiled in a row over the issue of tax evasion and money laundering, and the situation is expected to continue.
The government of India has not been able to get rid of the use of bitcoin, which was first introduced in 2009.
The country has one of the highest transaction volumes in the world, with an estimated $2 trillion in online transactions in 2016.
The country is also one of India’s fastest growing economies.
The rupee fell by half against the US dollar in 2018, and inflation is projected to stay at around 3 percent for the next few years.