Citigroup subsidiary Citibank India has banned its customers from using both credit and debit cards for purchasing and trading in cryptocurrencies.
Citibank India is the latest major bank to ban its customers from using credit cards for purchasing cryptocurrencies, but it has taken the measure one step further by banning the use of debit cards for crypto purchases as well, Quartz India reports today, Feb. 14.

Quartz India wrote today that it personally reviewed an email from Citibank India sent to customers on Feb. 13 that said the

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