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Origin of Cryptocurrency
Cryptocurrencies have existed since 2009; however, this asset class has experienced exceptional growth in the past few years. Crypto assets appeal to new traders and investors with higher risk tolerance interested in gaining proper financial expertise to benefit from the dynamic environment of virtual currencies and digital money. 
The first cryptocurrency, known as Bitcoin, appeared during the period 200. The main idea underlying digital currency is to eliminate the need for a third party through online transfers and give the originator and recipient the entire management and control of their funds.
 Many cryptocurrencies have emerged in the electronic monetary system since the introduction of Bitcoin. There are currently approximately 9000 distinct cryptocurrencies worldwide, including Ethereum, Solana, Dogecoin, Tether, and others. Amongst all these cryptocurrencies, the most well-known and valued are Bitcoins. 
Cryptocurrency Bill In India 
India's stockholders and financial institutions have debated the cryptocurrency tax and the corresponding prospective regulation bill. Though Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman clarified cryptocurrency taxation, the government has failed to introduce rules to control cryptocurrencies. 
According to the bill published for presentation on the Lok Sabha webpage, the measure enables limited exclusions to boost the basic architecture of cryptocurrencies and their purposes. The measure, however, was not introduced in the Parliament meetings and sessions.
 Cryptocurrency Bill 2022 
The Lok Sabha approved the Finance Bill 2022 (relating to cryptocurrencies), imposing a new tax on digital and virtual currencies beginning April 1. Any revenue derived due to the transaction of electronic or digital monetary assets would be subject to a tax rate of 30%. The modified Finance Bill further recommended that every loss incurred as a result of the transaction of electronic digital assets be barred from being offset against profits derived from a different virtual asset transaction.  
While approving the Finance Bill, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stated that the government has recommended taxing digital currencies due to the volume of transactions in the sector. Activities involved in transacting digital currencies include investing money in, accepting digital currencies, generating assets, and making money. 
The Future Of Cryptocurrency In India 
In India, the potential for crypto innovation is promising. India has the quickest developing cryptocurrency financial sector. Experts anticipate that if India pursues this path, it will play a significant role in developing cryptocurrency. Indian technological capability is set to play a vital role in the growth of this sector on a global scale.

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