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The Indian Supreme Court is delaying the decision on the turnover legality of virtual assets. Probably, the country lacks the normative framework, which could provide the basis for the legal position of the court.
The British authorities define the digital currency as "a unique combination of figures obtained as a result of mathematical calculations." Such a vague concept opens up an extraordinary space for interpretations and manipulations. Is it a well-thought-out policy aimed at undervaluing the status of the cryptocurrency, or has the English justice simply turned out to be unprepared for the new digital economy?