News 1: Indian Government is expected to introduce a crypto bill in Parliament

According to an official bulletin, the Indian Government is expected to introduce a crypto bill in the winter session of Parliament.

The bulletin is published by the Lok Sabha — the lower house of Indian Parliament. It confirms recent reports that said a crypto bill would be presented in the winter session of Parliament, which begins on November 29 and concludes on December 23.

News 2: OpenSea and Christie’s Partner on NFT Collection

Christie is a global audiovisual solutions company that partnered with OpenSea to sell a new collection of non-fungible tokens to art collectors.

This sale will take place on the significant NFT marketplace OpenSea rather than Christie’s website.

Christie’s said earlier this fall that it had sold more than $100 million in NFTs through previous sales.

News 3: Regal Cinemas Partners With Flexa to Offer Crypto Payments

Regal Cinemas has partnered with Flexa, a digital payments platform, to accept Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, Ethereum,; and Basic Attention token, amongst others, for tickets and confectionery. USD Coin and DAI will also be born. This will be available at Regal Cinemas in 42 of the states in the U.S.; which house 6885 screens in 514 theaters. When customers pay at Regal with Flexa apps; guests will be able to link their Regal Crown Club Loyalty account for rewards.

News 4: NFL Football Star Odell Beckham Jr Giving Away $1 Million in Bitcoin and ; Will Take His New Salary in BTC

U.S. football Star Odell Beckham Jr. is taking his new bitcoin salary and giving away $1 million in cryptocurrency in partnership with Square’s Cash App. “To all my fans out there … I’m giving back a total of $1M in BTC right now,” he wrote.

Odell Beckham Jr.; also known as OBJ, announced via Twitter Monday that he is taking his new salary in bitcoin via Square’s Cash App. He also told his 4.1 million Twitter followers that he is giving away $1 million in bitcoin.

News 5: South Korea Might Become First To Impose Tax on NFT

South Korea is one of the few nations that have framed new tax regulations on crypto transactions. It has imposed a 30% tax on crypto transactions which is set to come into effect next year. Now; the nation is on the verge of becoming the first country to impose taxation on Non-Fungible Token (NFTs); one of the fastest-growing crypto ecosystems at present.

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