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Crypto PL approved by the Chamber and valuations of up to 80%; 5 news that shook cryptocurrencies this week

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Check below the five most read Crypto Times news between November 28th and December 2nd (Image: Unsplash/Kanchanara)

Some of the events in the world of cryptocurrencies have gained greater prominence among users and enthusiasts of this market. Check below the five most read news of the Crypto Times between the 28th of November and the 2nd of December:

5th Place – OpenSea Integrates BNB Chain to Enhance for NFT Trading

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The BNB Chain, blockchain of smart contract, announced that the NFTs from BNB Chain will now be available for listing and sale on OpenSea. Integration with OpenSea’s standard core marketplace will enable BNB Chain support for creators to purchase and list NFTs.

BNB Chain will launch on OpenSea’s Seaport protocol in Q4 2022, enabling multi-payments for creators, real-time payments, billing management and other benefits for BNB Chain creators.

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#4 – Former FTX CEO Takes to Twitter to Address Exchange Collapse

The former CEO of the FTX brokerage, and currently investigated for financial crime, appeared in a “space” on Twitter this Thursday (1). Sam Bankman-Fried had already given an interview to the New York Times this Wednesday (30) and now goes to Twitter to explain himself.

Bankman-Fried said live in yesterday’s New York Times interview that he was going against his lawyers’ advice when giving interviews.

The “space” is hosted by Mario Nawfal, founder and CEO of the IBC Group and host of The Crypto Roundtable Show, a podcast in the model of “spaces” on Twitter.

During the show, Bankman-Fried stutters a lot, and seems to contradict himself in most responses.

3rd Place – Up to 80% Ups: See Which Tokens Profited Amid Crypto Chaos

The month of November was not so good for the Marketplace in cryptocurrencies, which is also marked by one of the biggest scandals in the market, the FTX brokerage. However, some tokens stood out during the month. An example is the Token of the Trust Wallet (TWT) virtual wallet, which has risen by more than 80% in the last 30 days.

The Trust Wallet Token starts at $1.2 at the start of the month and is currently trading at $2.25. The Token also accumulates an impressive 225% appreciation since the beginning of the year.

2nd place – Experts and market players comment on the PL of cryptocurrencies; removal of property segregation displeases

The bill that regulates services linked to virtual assets, such as cryptocurrencies, was approved by the Plenary in the deliberative session this Tuesday (29) and now goes to presidential sanction.

The deputies analyzed a substitute for the Senate to Bill 4401/21 (former PL 2303/15), nicknamed the PL of cryptoactives. The text was authored by deputy Áureo Ribeiro (Solidariedade-RJ).

The immediate effect – legal device for crypto entities to adjust immediately after the matter is approved – was rejected.

But one of the most controversial points, which seems to have displeased a lot of people, was the removal of the emphasis on asset segregation – with the aim of preventing the capital of entities and clients from being mixed up.

1st place – PL of cryptocurrencies is approved in the Chamber of Deputies after 7 years

The bill that regulates services linked to virtual assets, such as cryptocurrencies, was approved by the Plenary in the deliberative session this Tuesday (29) and now goes to presidential sanction.

Deputies analyzed a Senate replacement for Bill 4401/21 (former PL 2303/15), dubbed the PL of cryptoactives. The text was authored by deputy Áureo Ribeiro (Solidariedade-RJ).

The PL had already been approved in the Chamber once, where it arose, and was then urgently approved in the Senate.

The proposal was again in the House to review the changes proposed by the senators. After approval, the next step is sanction, or presidential veto.

Source: Moneytimes

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