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Boris Titov: Crypto-currencies In Russia Need to be Legalized
15.03.2017 16:34
Boris Titov: Crypto-currencies In Russia Need to be Legalized

Crypto-currencies in Russia need to be legalized; and their exchange for roubles should be permitted. It will allow to attract more investments. Such a statement was made during the presentation of the “Growth Strategy” program of socio-economic development up to the year 2025 (prepared by the Institute of Economics of Growth named after Stolypin) by the Business Ombudsman Boris Titov, as the correspondent of “Lenta.ryu” reports.

      “Crypto-currencies make it possible to attract investments to the Russian economy, bypassing sanctions and any institutions” - he said. The development program proposes to adopt a legislation regulating the turnover of crypto-currencies, equate their status to foreign currency, permit banks to open accounts in major crypto-currencies and exchange them for roubles.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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