News Excerpt for April 2, 2022

·        The European Parliament has voted to ban all anonymous cryptocurrency transactions.

·        Recording Academy has partnered with the renowned crypto exchange Binance for the 2022 Grammy Awards.

·        India will frame a legislation for cryptocurrencies only after a global consensus emerges on regulating such assets.

·        550,000 dollars’ worth of NFTs have been stolen from the Taiwanese pop super star by scammers.

·        Authorities in Japan are mulling over tougher crypto rules to prevent Russia from evading sanctions.

·        Vitalik Buterin explains why Bitcoin community is more “hostile and toxic” than others and why there is nothing wrong with that.

·        Doge Hashrate and mining difficulty remain high, which indicates that investors are still interested in the first memecoin on the market.

·        Biden’s administration’s 2023 tax policy includes many key changes for crypto traders and investors.

·        Solana is in the third place by total NFT transaction volume.

·        U.S. senator Elizabeth Warren believes that there is nothing that backs Bitcoin up. Some believe that she has mistaken Bitcoin with U.S. dollar.

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