Altsignals Launches Cryptocurrency Trading And Exchange Software In India, Claiming To Comply With All Laws



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April 23, 2022 2:24 p.m. STI

New Delhi [India]Apr 23 (ANI/PNN): Altsignals has created crypto trading software, where users will be able to trade and get trade calls in over 30 pairs in trade calls without touching the fences of RBI-regulated companies, while tracking all rules and regulations.
Founded by Roderik Phimster and Bhavya Dhiman, Altsignals claims that being a crypto-to-crypto exchange and software, people can deposit and trade their coins securely in the markets.
There has been a phenomenal increase in virtual digital asset transactions,” Sitharaman said. “The scale and frequency of these transactions have made it imperative to provide for a specific tax regime.” By imposing the tax rate, crypto trading becomes official, and any threat of prohibition is no longer an option.

You don’t have to sell your stocks because the market is down. Simply transfer your cryptos to Alt signals, where you will benefit from faster deposits, lower trading costs, over 30 trading pairs, the friendliest platform and daily calls.
The AltAlgo™ indicator provides you with a scanner that can compound and multiply money from anywhere in the world. Instead of using complicated trading tools, the Altalgo system analyzes the market in real time for you. It then simply shows at what price to buy and at what price to sell, the control is in your hands.
Bhavya Dhamin says: With a shared vision of a digital first economy, we see this as an amazing job provided by AltSignals. We are well placed to promote greater understanding, ultimately accelerating the increase in acceptance of Crypto in India, Altsignals are simple and safe solutions.
Other than that, Altsignals claims to offer several unique features for the active Indian crypto community, being one of the first to establish APIs for algorithmic traders, and more.
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