One-Minute Crypto News – April 14, 2022

One-Minute Crypto News – April 14, 2022

  • The entity behind Ronin’s 655 million dollar exploit in March has apparently moved tens of million worth of Tether through privacy protocol Tornado Cash. “Coin Desk”

  • According to a recent study, people who buy cryptocurrencies tend to display anti-social personality traits. “U Today”

  • Rappi announced that it is introducing the possibility for customers to use cryptocurrencies as a payment method in Mexico. “Bitcoin News”

  • The DOJ said the Ethereum developer discussed how North Korea could use Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies to launder money and evade sanctions. “Bitcoin News”

  • 4 billion Shiba burned by the Shib Army in the last week. “U Today”

  • Terra has added another 100 million dollars to its holdings. “U Today”

  • The World Bank has released a research on typical central bank problems that could be solved with CBDCs. “Coin Telegraph”

  • Brazil braces for getting a regulated crypto market. “Coin Telegraph”

  • $50,000 is yet untouchable for Bitcoin in 2022. “U Today”

  • Chinese People’s Bank has suggested strict regulation of the NFT space, banning Bitcoin, Ethereum, and USDT for pricing and settlement. “U Today”