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Cryptocurrency is an enigma. For supporters, it’s the money of the future, with the potential to replace standard currencies. On the other hand, for critics, it’s a bubble that is about to burst. So, which is it? And, the bigger question is – should you invest your hard-earned money in cryptocurrency?
Investing in cryptocurrency is becoming increasingly appealing these days. Statistics from many cryptocurrencies and exchanges abound on the internet, and they appear to portray a rosy image of this new investment opportunity.
In recent months, cryptocurrency has acquired a lot of traction. The instability in global markets caused by the Corona outbreak has prompted investors to look for a better alternative, and cryptocurrency appears to have piqued their interest.
Cryptocurrencies have been in the news recently as this form of investment is rapidly gaining popularity in India. More investors are considering this investment medium as a lucrative option. If the news from Indian cryptocurrency exchanges is to go by, they are faster adding investors to their platforms this year than ever before.
From Bitcoin to Ethereum, Tether to Dogecoin, there are hundreds of cryptocurrencies in the market. If you're just getting started with cryptocurrency investments, then the sheer number of digital currencies can make you feel overwhelmed.
If you're a regular online shopper, or if you pay your utility bills online, then you would have come across UPI payments. You might even be a regular user. But, do you know all about UPI? Have you ever wondered if there are any transaction limits for UPI, just like the maximum amount you can withdraw at an ATM daily? Well, this guide will answer all your queries.
Getting a loan today has become easier than ever before. Commercial banks (private and public sector) along with non-banking financial corporations (NBFCs) make it quite easy for borrowers to get a loan to meet their various cash needs.
Not many realise the importance of repaying debts taken from banks, NBFCs or online lenders. It’s the primary responsibility of the borrower to make the repayment on-time. Failure to do so can result in barring you from availing any future loans when you need them the most.
CreditMantri will never ask you to make a payment anywhere outside the secure CreditMantri website. DO NOT make payment to any other bank account or wallet or divulge your bank/card details to fraudsters and imposters claiming to be operating on our behalf. We do not sell any loans on our own and do not charge any fee from our customers/viewers for the purpose of loan application