BTC Falls to Lowest Price in a Month & Copper Considers Leaving UK [ Crypto Espresso 04.18.22 ]

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• Bitcoin News: BTC Falls to Lowest Price in a Month as Tax Deadline Looms in the U.S.

BTC’s painful pullback coincides with tax day in the U.S. — and Americans have until the end of Monday to submit their income tax returns.

• Twitter Embraces ‘Poison Pill’ Strategy and Elon Musk Talks Tough as Boardroom Drama Escalates

Right now, it seems Twitter is in something of a lose-lose situation — irrespective of whether Musk succeeds in his takeover bid.

• Ex-DeFi Developer Andre Cronje Breaks Silence and Says Crypto Regulation is ‘Necessary’

Cronje claims a lot of crypto projects are being built by people who read Wikipedia articles on bonds and think to themselves “I can do this better.”

• Ex-Finance Minister ‘Could Lose Millions’ as Crypto Firm Considers Move from U.K. to Switzerland

Copper is one of five crypto firms that is yet to achieve full registration with the Financial Conduct Authority, and is reportedly planning to move its operations abroad.

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