Breken: Indian Supreme Court rules “gestandaardiseerde denial of responsibility for crypto ads”

The Delhi High Court issued a notice against cryptocurrency advertising in India; the court decided to use the standard disclaimer in public interest advertising. Judicial Division Division Justice jn. Patel and judge Jyoti Singh, tip Securities and Exchange Commission, India (SEBI), Ministry of information and broadcasting company, M/S, Wazir, X or M/s, CoinDCX and M/s Coinswitch will all be published for the required guidelines that will lead to Kuber India.

Standard font size of disclaimers
The argument argued that crypto assets “are volatile in nature and carry a higher risk of investment outcomes compared to traditional investments.” In October, the current Disclaimers of these risky digital assets are too small to read and must be published in a standard format.

The disclaimer for the default size States, ” cryptocurrency is an unregulated digital currency, not legal tender, and is subject to market risk.”

Voice acting and other aspects of the source
In October, in addition to including the standard size, the app also included requesting a disclaimer if the ad’s duration was too short and people could not read the full text so quickly. The full disclosure system will be accompanied by advertising of cryptocurrencies, which are the same as mutual funds.

“Normal retail store, audiovisual, advertising, television, films and online on sites such as YouTube regularly, that may be a result of large losses, pain, and, on the other hand, there will be a disclaimer at the end on the screen, commercials, voiceover, English and Hin (if any) and the correct placement, a screen size of at least 80 percent for an investor in terms of visible and readable coverage, and maybe a reasonable profile of research and reading, криптоактивов around the risks before investing your hard-earned

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