Weekly Report (21– 27 March 22) | What Happened This Week In Crypto
This Report will provide you with some important and quick news of cryptocurrencies that happened around the world.
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao announced the opening of a new office in the Brazilian city, noting that “He has done his share.” We are constructing ours.” Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’s largest city, will begin taking Bitcoin (BTC) payments for taxes on urban real estate inside its municipal borders, dubbed Imposto sobre a propriedade predial e territorial urbana (IPTU)…[continue reading]
According to The report, DeSantis made his remarks on March 22 at the signing of a financial literacy curriculum law. The governor revealed during the press conference that he had directed state agencies to begin preparing to accept tax payments in cryptocurrency…[continue reading]
According to a warning provided to Coinbase customers in Canada, users may soon be obliged to submit the identity of beneficiaries of significant transactions. “Effective April 4, Coinbase will implement some adjustments mandated by Canadian legislation,” the letter states…[continue reading]
One of the reasons they want to regulate it quickly is to prevent any negative consequences. The Bank of England Financial Policy Committee reviewed the financial soundness of crypto-assets and decentralised finance in a 40-page study…[continue reading]
The leading BTM operator recently revealed in a press release that it incorporated Dogecoin due to its rising popularity. Dogecoin now joins the ranks of prominent cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin…[continue reading]
This is the first time an Australian bank has issued a digital asset connected to the value of the Australian dollar, and maybe the first time a major institution anywhere in the world has issued a stablecoin that has been used in a genuine transaction…[continue reading]