Bitcoin, Ether Higher Despite BlockFi Filing for Bankruptcy

Bitcoin, ether higher despite blockfi filing for bankruptcy

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Major cryptos are jumping despite crypto lender BlockFi filing for bankruptcy protection and ongoing protests in China over Covid-19 restrictions. Floating Point Group Co-Founder and CEO John Peurifoy discusses the price actions and broader market outlook as the FTX contagion continues to spread.

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