Why India’s Bitcoin ‘Ban’ Could Disappear after March 29 Hearing

Since July 2018, due to a circular released by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in April, local banks were prohibited from dealing with bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchanges by the central bank. Last month, the Supreme Court of India provided the government four weeks to draft a cryptocurrency regulatory framework, which would decide the legal landscape of the cryptocurrency market in India for the foreseeable future. Depending on the outcome of the March 29 hearing set to occur four days from now, the future of the bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange market of India will be decided. Unpacking India’s Backdoor Bitcoin

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Patriots Owner’s ‘Graphic’ Sex Tape Could Be Released to Peeping Tom Public

Robert Kraft’s graphic sex tape — where he’s caught on video receiving oral sex at a Florida massage parlor — will probably be released publicly. That’s what Florida authorities said one day after the billionaire New England Patriots owner filed a motion to keep the police surveillance videos kept under seal. Martin County Sheriff William Snyder led the “human trafficking” probe in South Florida that ensnared Kraft and 300 other men. Florida Sheriff: Robert Kraft Videos Are ‘Explicit, Sexual and Graphic’ Snyder told CNBC that Kraft’s sex tape would probably be released publicly even if he accepts a plea deal

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Elon Musk’s Days as Tesla CEO Could Be Numbered: JPMorgan Analyst

Elon Musk is the tech billionaire that many people from Wall Street to Hollywood (e.g., Johnny Depp) love to hate. At a time when investors should be celebrating the Tesla CEO for the release of the Model Y, an electric SUV crossover, analysts are instead pouncing on Musk and TSLA shares amid renewed regulatory and key man fears, among other things. JPMorgan strategists and analysts are targeting Musk and Tesla in recent reports considering the stock continues to trade on headwinds rather than tailwinds, suggesting there is more volatility ahead. The Tesla chief isn’t doing himself any favors by displaying

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