The Supreme Court of India unanimously held that Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860,
which had at that time criminalized ‘carnal intercourse against the order of nature’, was
nature unconstitutional in so far as it criminalized consensual sexual conduct between adults of the
same-sex, whether consensual or not.
What is FinTech? It is financial technology that aims to compete with traditional financial methods and delivery of financial services, using tech to improve the activities in finance
In the last few years the concept of an NFT has become very famous and many creators and
investors are making money doing the same. However, the concept has been around since early
2012. So, what is an NFT? A non-fungible token(NFT) meaning, a digital asset that is a
non-interchangeable unit of data embedded in the blockchain. It is a form of digital ledger that
can be traded and sold.
There has been a high amount of attention and rise in the users and traders of cryptocurrency leading to the rise in the number of scams of various kinds in the cryptocurrency market. Before moving forward, it is important to understand how cryptocurrency transactions occur. Transactions involving cryptocurrencies are stored in blocks that are linked together in a chain. Once the block has been added to the end of the chain, it can’t be removed or undone.
The world has been currently experiencing one of the most critical social and economic crises and just like the traditional stock market, cryptocurrency may appreciate or depreciate due to an investor’s sentiment with regards to changes in the global news relating to the market or world on a whole. Herein, we will assess the impact of the pandemic on cryptocurrency and how it is shaping to move forward post the pandemic.
What is FinTech? It is a Financial Technology that aims to compete with traditional financial methods and delivery of financial services, using tech to improve the activities in finance.
The case of Nandhini Deluxe v Karnataka Co-Operative Milk Producer Federation Pvt. Ltd.(KCMPF)-(Civil Appeal 2943 of 2018) is a landmark judgment that dealt with the issue of registration of deceptively similar Trademarks.