e commerce Wikipedia The digital currency Bitcoin has been gaining popularity in recent years, with the price of a single bitcoin rising from about $500 to as much as $1,200 per coin.

The first major bitcoin exchanges opened in the United States in 2013.

But the currency’s adoption in India has been slow.

Many Indians have used Bitcoins for online purchases and for transactions with other people, but the Indian government has not yet approved its use for payment.

As of January 2019, Bitcoin accounted for less than 1% of the total Bitcoin trading volume, according to data from CoinMarketCap.

The country’s bitcoin exchange services are limited, and Indian customers are limited to buying bitcoins in cash or paying them in local currency.

Bitcoins can be purchased in Bitcoin shops, which accept the currency in local currencies.

Some retailers sell bitcoins at discounts, but they are usually expensive and do not accept foreign currency.

India is a large consumer market, with nearly half the country’s total population aged 15 to 64.

The country has also experienced a surge in e-commerce and virtual currency businesses.

While many of these have operated for years, the government has limited the number of digital currency exchanges and virtual currencies that can be offered.

According to the Indian Finance Ministry, more than 40 digital currency businesses have registered with the ministry since the start of 2018, but these are not registered as a money transmission business.

India’s Central Bank has not made any official announcement regarding Bitcoin, but it has been a big proponent of digital currencies, especially in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.

The bank has also made it a priority to ensure that the digital currency market remains free from centralization and is free from taxation.

“The RBI has taken a number of measures to enhance the availability of financial services and services that support innovation and investment,” RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said in a speech in November 2018.

“The RBI will continue to provide advice and support in this regard.

For a country that has been the envy of the world for the last 15 years, it is very good news that the central bank has taken steps to strengthen the financial sector.”

Sources: Mint, CNBC, Quartz