Just-In: Russian Central Bank To Allow Stock Exchanges To Trade Crypto

The Central Bank of Russia has reportedly proposed to permit stock exchanges to enter the digital assets market, as it deals with staggering sanctions against the country. This move has come in order to facilitate investors with alternate options to invest in cryptocurrencies. Russia was slapped with strict economic sanctions by the West over its

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