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  • Indian Bitcoin cafés increase access to cryptocurrencies
  • Indian Bitcoin cafés increase access to cryptocurrencies
    Dollar Gill (2017) ©
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Indian Bitcoin cafés increase access to cryptocurrencies

As interest in cryptocurrencies continues to grow, some cafés in India are offering crypto vouchers to customers along with their cup of coffee. But experts worry that the average person is still unaware of the risks that accompany Bitcoin investment, and they're getting caught up in the hype.

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