One-Minute Crypto News – April 11, 2022

One-Minute Crypto News – April 11, 2022

  • Russia’s ministry of finance submits revised draft law on digital currency. “Bitcoin News”

 

  • Binance receives crypto license in Abu Dhabi during Ramadan. “Coin Telegraph”

 

  • Goldman Sachs is planning to offer over the counter Ethereum options for trading. “Bloomberg Crypto”

 

  • Canada’s Pierre Poilievre says if he’s elected prime minister he will remove taxes on Bitcoin donations to charities. “Bitcoin Magazine”

 

  • Musk tells Michael Burry that he will get his blue check mark back even though he shorted Tesla. “Investing.com”

 

  • Ethereum has become a prominent treasury asset as a number of companies are known to hold the second leading crypto in their reserves. “Bitcoin News”

 

  • The attack that looted 624 million dollars from Axie Infinity users reveals bigger problems in how users are treated. “Con Desk”

 

  • A Florida man stole a Trezor wallet with a cryptocurrency fortune from an elderly man. “U Today”

 

  • FDIC has asked its banks to report crypto-related activities citing potential safety risks and financial stability concerns. “Coin Desk”

 

  • The crypto crackdown on Russia is not letting up. Now the EU is banning specific digital asset services to the country. “Coin Telegraph”