One-Minute Crypto News – April 17, 2022

One-Minute Crypto News – April 17, 2022

  • The CEO of AMC Theatres has announced that customers can now order tickets on the company’s mobile app with the help of Shiba and Doge. “U Today”

  • The Brazilian congress has the disposition of approving a definitive law to regulate cryptocurrency before the end of the second quarter. “Bitcoin News”

  • One of the richest men in Mexico has said that Bitcoin should go a long way before becoming a legal tender in this country. And he’s willing to advocate for it. “Coin Telegraph”

  • NBA stars will use Bitcoin to fund humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. “Bitcoin Magazine”

  • Russia is one step closer to Bitcoin adoption as finance ministry finalizes crypto bill. “Coin Telegraph”

  • Even though only 5 to 15 percent of women are creators or founders of NFT collections, their projects center around social activism and empowerment, making the NFT space socially beneficial. “Coin Telegraph”

  • A Dogecoin developer has given hope that the price of the memecoin will reach 1 dollar. “U Today”

  • Australia wants to regulate DAOs. However, what would that mean for accepted institutions such as public registries, licensing, and corporate rules? “Coin Telegraph”

  • Shiba returns as the most purchased asset as top whale buys 223 billion Shiba. “U Today”

  • After Ronin hack, crypto mixer Tornado Cash starts blocking OFAC sanctioned addresses. “U Today”