Andrew Yang on Crypto & Midterms, Rick Fox’s Crypto Journey and More

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Greg King of Osprey Funds joins “First Mover” to discuss crypto markets following Warren Buffet’s bitcoin comments and Solana’s setback. John Olsen from the Blockchain Association reacts to the New York state Assembly’s vote to ban new crypto mines that don’t use renewable energy. Former presidential candidate and GoldenDAO Founder Andrew Yang shares his thoughts on the midterm elections and the role of crypto. Plus, three-time NBA champion Rick Fox explains his crypto journey.

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