R. S. Tumber was honoured to be published in the Huffington Post (U.S edition) on 24th April 2017.

This great article focuses on the new form of money - cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. Ever since its birth in 2009, Bitcoin - the world’s first and most popular crypto-currency, has regularly been in the news for all the wrong reasons - drugs, tax evasion, organized crime, money laundering and terrorism financing.

For this U.S. edition of the Huffington Post, R. S. Tumber was approached to give his answers for the following three questions:

            1. In your opinion, how should crypto currencies like bitcoin be regulated?

            2. It is argued that crypto currencies like bitcoin do not have any legal uses and are only used for tax evasion, multi level marketing                 scams, selling drugs & other contraband, money laundering and financing terrorism. What are your comments on this?

            3. Today there are hundreds of virtual currencies in the world. How do you see this landscape evolving over the next few months?

Note: The terms bitcoin, virtual currencies and crypto-currencies are used interchangeably in this article.

The full article is here:

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The article was also published by Medium: