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Muslims cannot use crypto, Indonesia clerical council says

MUI cites uncertainty and potential for losses in its Islamic Law decree

A Bitcoin sign in Bali, Indonesia, where a top Islamic body has told Muslims to steer clear of cryptocurrencies.    © Reuters

JAKARTA -- Indonesia's top Islamic body has told Muslims in the country to steer clear of cryptocurrencies as they are not permissible under Islamic law.

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