Cryptocurrency List in India 2021 | Government Lists Cryptocurrency Bill For Passage in Winter Session

Private Cryptocurrency in India List 2021 | Best Cryptocurrency Exchange in India 2021 | Cryptocurrency List Price in India | Public / Private Cryptocurrency in India List PDF 2021

The government has listed the cryptocurrency bill in its legislative business plan. The Cryptocurrency and regulation of official digital currency bill 2021 had been originally listed for discussion and passage in the budget session of the parliament earlier this year. The RBI examining the feasibility of launching its own central bank digital currency but is yet to decide on the possible date for launching a pilot project

The listing of the cryptocurrency bill comes on the backdrop of multiple meetings between the industry and the government to provide a framework for the use of the cryptocurrency in India. India has around 1.5 crore cryptocurrency uses with a total asset Value of more then $6 billion, according industry estimates. Private Cryptocurrency in India List is given below.

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Public / Private Cryptocurrency in India List

Public / Private Cryptocurrency in India List is given below.

S.NoCoin Name (Code)
1 Bitcoin Price in India Today

 

Bitcoin(BTC)

 

2 Ethereum Price in India Today

 

Ethereum(ETH)

 

3 Tether Price in India Today

 

Tether(USDT)

 

4 Cardano Price in India Today

 

Cardano(ADA)

 

5 Ripple Price in India Today

 

Ripple(XRP)

 

6 Polkadot Price in India Today

 

Polkadot(DOT)

 

7 USD Coin Price in India Today

 

USD Coin(USDC)

 

8 Dogecoin Price in India Today

 

Dogecoin(DOGE)

 

9 Shiba Inu Coin Price in India Today

 

Shiba Inu(SHIB)

 

10 Litecoin Price in India Today

 

Litecoin(LTC)

 

11 Uniswap Price in India Today

 

Uniswap(UNI)

 

12 Chainlink Price in India Today

 

Chainlink(LINK)

 

13 Polygon Price in India Today

 

Polygon(MATIC)

 

14 Bitcoin Cash Price in India Today

 

Bitcoin Cash(BCH)

 

15 Elrond Price in India Today

 

Elrond(EGLD)

 

16 Stellar Price in India Today

 

Stellar(XLM)

 

17 TRON Price in India Today

 

TRON(TRX)

 

18 Cosmos Price in India Today

 

Cosmos(ATOM)

 

19 Monero Price in India Today

 

Monero(XMR)

 

20 EOS Coin Price in India Today

 

EOS(EOS)

 

21 IOTA Price in India Today

 

IOTA(MIOTA)

 

22 Zcash Price in India Today

 

Zcash(ZEC)

 

23 Bitcoin SV Price in India Today

 

Bitcoin SV(BSV)

 

24 NEO Coin Price in India Today

 

NEO(NEO)

 

25 Dash Price in India Today

 

Dash(DASH)

 

26 NEM Price in India Today

 

NEM(XEM)

 

27 Qtum Price in India Today

 

Qtum(QTUM)

 

28 Zilliqa Price in India Today

 

Zilliqa(ZIL)

 

29 SushiSwap Price in India Today

 

SushiSwap(SUSHI)

 

30 Status Coin Price in India Today

 

Status(SNT)

 

31 Augur Price in India Today

 

Augur(REP)

 

32 Baby Doge Coin Price in India Today

 

Baby Doge Coin(BABYDOGE)

 

33 DIA Price in India Today

 

DIA(DIA)

 

34 DOGEFI Price in India Today

 

DOGEFI(DOGEFI)

 

35 Bitcoin Hedge Price in India Today

 

Bitcoin Hedge(BTCHG)

 

36 Doge Token Price in India Today

 

Doge Token(DOGET)

 

37 Floki Inu Price in India Today

 

Floki Inu(FLOKI)

 

38 Husky Price in India Today

 

Husky(HUSKY)

 

39 Nano Dogecoin Price in India Today

 

Nano Dogecoin(INDC)

 

40 Kishu Inu Price in India Today

 

Kishu Inu(KISHU)

 

41 Doge Killer Price in India Today

 

Doge Killer(LEASH)

 

Public / Private Cryptocurrency in India List

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List of Cryptocurrency exchanges in India.

The below list of Cryptocurrency exchanges in India.

Belfrics
  • Launched in : 2014
  • Based Out of : Bengaluru / Kualalumpur
  • Founders : Praveen Kumar
  • Cryptocurrency : Bitcoin
  • Transaction Fee : 1%
  • Registration Time : Instant
Bitxoxo
  • Launched in : 2016
  • Based Out of : Warangal
  • Founders : Hesham Rehman and Mohammed Rezwan
  • Cryptocurrency : Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum and Ripple
  • Transaction Fee : No Extra Charge, claims the company
  • Registration Time : Instant
BTCX India
  • Launched in : 2013
  • Based Out of : Hyderabad
  • Founders : Mupparaju Siva Kameswara Rao
  • Cryptocurrency : Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple
  • Transaction Fee : 1%
  • Registration Time : Within Hours
Buy UCoin
  • Launched in : 2016
  • Based Out of : Delhi
  • Founders : Atulya Bhatt, Devesh Aggrawal and Shivam Thakral
  • Cryptocurrency : Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecion, Bitcoin Cash, Dash, Manero, Z-Cash, Factom. Lisk and Ripple
  • Transaction Fee : No extra fee, claims the company
  • Registration Time : 1- 24 Hours
Coinsecure
  • Launched in : 2014
  • Based Out of : Delhi
  • Founders : Benson Samuel and Mohit Kalra
  • Cryptocurrency : Bitcoin
  • Transaction Fee : 0.3 %
  • Registration Time : 84 hours
Coindelta
  • Launched in : 2017
  • Based Out of : Pune
  • Founders : Rajdeep Singh, Shubham Yadav and Manish
  • Cryptocurrency : Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum and Ripple
  • Transaction Fee : 0.3 %
  • Registration Time : Instant
Coin Switch
  • Launched in : 2017
  • Based Out of : Bengaluru
  • Founders : Ashish Singhal, Govind Soni and Vimal Sagar Tiwari
  • Cryptocurrency : Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin and Ripple
  • Transaction Fee : Depends on the Exchange a user select for the transaction
  • Registration Time : Instant
Flit Pay
  • Launched in : 2017
  • Based Out of : Jaipur
  • Founders : Ashish Sangai and Akash Bansal
  • Cryptocurrency : Bitcoin
  • Transaction Fee : No transaction fee, claims the company
  • Registration Time : With in 24 hours

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63 thoughts on “Cryptocurrency List in India 2021 | Government Lists Cryptocurrency Bill For Passage in Winter Session”

  1. What about coindcx? What will happen to other coins other than mentioned in those exchanges, which people holds in their respective wallets? Is they all going to be invalid?
    I have solana, filecoin, Tron, shiba inu, internet computer, Cardano in coin dcx pro app/wallet. Pls reply

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  2. Each and every coin is owned by public.. neither one is private. So how they'll justify private and public? I guess india is stepping ahead on China's path.

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  3. what is private and public crypto currency….

    Private is the one which can not be tracked (sort of anonymous). These will be banned if bill get passed.

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  4. ABSOLUTELY ABSURD THOUGHT AND ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OF INDIA IF THEY DO SO BANNING CRYPTO CURRENCY IN INDIA .. CRYPTO TRADERS WILL FIND ALTERNATIVE INTERNATIONAL CRYPTO EXCHANGES FOR THEIR BENEFITS AND GOVERNMENT WILL FORFEIT ALL THE MONETARY BENEFITS FROM INDIAN CRYPTO EXCHANGES…AXE ON THEIR OWN FEET .. GOVERNMENT MUST THINK TWICE TO TAKE TAKE ANY FOOLISH STEPS OF BANNING CRYPTO CURRENCY VIN INDIA… BY INDIAN RUPEES INDIANS CAN DO ALL FAKE AND ILLEGAL ACTS ..1SMUGGLING.2..HUNDI HAVALA 3.. TERRORIST FUNDING THEN WHY TO BAN CRYPTO CURRENCY IN INDIA

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  5. By definition, private cryptocurrency is something where transactions cannot be traced or maintains anonymity. Those can be used for money laundering. The above mentioned tokens are all public tokens and all transactions can be traced. This article is very much delusional

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  6. As per my knowledge the list of coins are gathered from coingecko or coinmarketcap and only Polygon (MATIC) coin is developed or created by Indians. List of exchanges is not accurate or some of the exchanges are closed few years ago.
    All the coins are public as I know but blockchains are private or public.

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  7. Show Us Strong Proof You Fud Maker.
    If You think Government is Going to stop Trading of crypto which could be a tax source . I Don't Think so but There is possibility that Withdrawal of crypto from one exchange to another exchange will be stoped since it is also a problem For Exchange.
    But keep this in mind Next Month BTC will be above 7400000

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  8. First take down this shitty article. This is fucking misinformation. People like you cause panic and people lose money. Is there any proof for the coins you have listed. Fucking morons.

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  9. I am working in Sebi and there is a leak that all these listed coins on this site and some other coins are going to be banned in India and the bill is ready to be passed and the bill is 12 th. Bitcoin and etherium are going to get banned slowly I hope, But anyways it will be banned too.

    Here is a link to the bill to be passed http://loksabhadocs.nic.in/bull2mk/2021/29012021.pdf

    Check the 12 bill And my final warning sell whatever crypto you have

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  10. ये सब पब्लिक करंसी है, सरकार इनको बैन नही कर सकती, इनको बैन करने से पब्लिक का पैसा डूब जाएगा, सरकार को कोई और विकल्प ढूंढना चाहिए, सरकार इनपर निगरानी रख सकती है, या फिर दूसरे देशों में भेजने पर पाबंदी लगा सकती है, लेकिन पूर्णतया बंद करना सही नहीं होगा,

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  11. If all these are private cryptocurrencies, which are public/Govt.? And just FYI, the entire concept of cryptocurrency and blockchain will go for toss, if Govts. start making them.

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  12. It's all because of advertisements by the exchanges.But it cannot be banned rather it can be regulated,as our govt is always for new techs.
    Also if crypto ban happens then what about stocks,

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  13. This is Misleading & Ridiculous. Whomever wrote this has literally doesn't have a single knowledge Blockchain technology. Cryptocurrencies are Blockchain technology that it can be created as a PUBLIC and PRIVATE. In other word, one is Transparent and can be traceable & one is not transparent and not traceable. This differentiation is wrote by some incompetent person without proper knowledge of Computer Science. I can't believe some journalist like you spreading those misconception of Public and Private to the people without any Blockchain knowledge. Wait till the bill becomes law, then let's see……….

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  14. Crypto currencies are private whole world knew. India new recently. Crypto currency will continue lead this world except a few countries like cunning country China & follower of China i. e India.

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  15. RBI is doing this because they are considered over the increasing crypto market in India . we convert the inr into crypto if people will stop using inr in a large scale in future then the value of inr will definitely decrease and no one want that until you see your personal interest more than your national intrest .I hope many of you may have understood (I am 15 so if I am wrong pls correct me ) thanku

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  16. Once public started to purchase coins, it will become public. Then, how can you devide some as public and private?
    Is the government trying to protect big whale's ( couple of industrial giants in India who influence the government all the time ) holding coins by describing that few coins will be safe? Really pathetic….!!!

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  17. I think cryptocurrencies should not banned but restriction like minimum age…maximum amount…higher percentage of tax…like that should be imposed. One cannot monetize any cryptocurrency without a bank account and all bank accounts are listed with ADHAAR card…

    So there is no way to escape…

    Therefore cryptocurrencies shouldn't be banned…

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  18. Bullshit analysis by shit loaded brains… They don't have any idea what crytocurrency is… They are scratching on the surface with no idea whatsoever… 😂 🤣🤣

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  19. They list every coin that is in lime light right now.and lot of people invested their money in their listed coin…
    How are you gonna differentiate which one is public or private coin?
    Govt dont care for people…they only want control and taxes..all happening for this

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  20. Until or unless you know about the cryptocurrencies use case and what are the defination of pvt. Crypto don't post any content which are misguided people.. Bitcoin and ethereum are not pvt. Cryptocurrency… u have bullshit knowledge. U dont have any idea about blockchain technology, Defi decentralized finance, Metaverse, NFT then why u misguided people with your bullshit knowledge… first u have to learn what are differences between blockchain and cryptocurrency also crypto exchanges..!

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  21. In present situation India is not in a position to lose huge tax from cripto trading. I think it impose heavy tax on profits. India should not BAN cripto. If do so, it is a foolish decision. For example if Rats are living in the house, we should take action to send them out, But not fired house.

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  22. They should catagorise them on the basis of block chain mechanism if it is well defined then it is not privite like bitcoin, ethereum. Shiba inu. Dogecoin etc…

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  23. Private coin mentioned by Govt are those coins who boast about the privacy nature of their coins where no one, even the sender and receiver, can see the transactions and the source and destination of the coins. Just please do not misguide people for your benefit. What happened to WazirX, CoinDCX and few other exchanges?

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  24. most of the idian youth are now entering in crypto.
    Indian govt cant even give job opportunities to all indian youths.
    next election, there will be no hope for BJP.
    The act of terrorism will continue further even if this govt ban crypto.

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  25. looks like for the past 10 yrs, This political leaders have earn a lot from cryptos even for their 500th generation. And now they want to dump all other indian.
    1.blaming cryptos as a source of terror funding is right, but even if u ban.. It wont stop.
    2.what is the point of adopting indian rupee, when the govt cant even feed a poor person.
    3.to bring a new changes, we a need a man like Elon musk in india.
    4.govt is listening advice of people who were borned in 1950s.

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  26. The government is banning crypto currency not because its illegal it is banning crypto because they don't want low class and middle class people to be rich because of crypto they can keep trillion of dollars in swiss banks there is hawala other methods for becoming rich for themselves but when the time comes for the people to get rich they simply ban the things that make the people rich buy giving a foolish explanation like its illegal .

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  27. 😂if u ban all those public crypto's named as private by ind govt 😂 whom gonna buy rest of the stupid coins u listed as crypto exchange in india …
    Seriously guys… Use ur brain 🧠
    None will buy and none knew these coins untill now…

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  28. How dumb is the author of this stupid article and the person who hired him for this company ?
    1. There no definition of private crypto by the govt yet and according to the international definition BTC AND ETH AND MOST THE LISTED CRYPTO IS NOT PRIVATE.
    2. No such info has been given out by the govt that you are sharing here.
    Stop fking spreading miss information retards.

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  29. It shows the great stupidity of Govt… If India bans cryptocurrency, who will buy indian cryptocurrency… No country will support our coin… Already our Economy and GDP is in the ditch… Think of it guys…

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  30. All the coins mentioned are not private crypto. ERC 20 and BSC tokens are not private as their transactions can be traced.. Coins like Dash, Monero, Zcash whose transactions cannot be traced are private. Govt might prohibit the use of these coins

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  31. RBI creating digital currency and trying to make us scam like "SQUID COIN". Simply banning crypto but creating RBI coin. Everyone must think.

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  32. I also believe that privacy coins are more interesting than other projects. For example, Crypton from UtopiaP2P. I was especially surprised when it gained +50% to its value during 24 hours on inner decentralized no KYC exchange.

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  33. Crypto should be made like shares, trading of public crypto, where govt or any other 3rd party can trace the transaction. Should be banned for using to buy anything online.

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  34. If India will take step ahead of US and UK To Ban crypto coin Then other countries will ban India coin when India will launch its own coin. Think twice before taking any action.

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