Bitcoin Regains $16K Amid FTX Gloom

Bitcoin regains $16k amid ftx gloom

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Delphi Digital Markets Associate Jason Pagoulatos discusses his outlook for bitcoin (BTC) as the cryptocurrency climbs back above the $16,000 level despite the continued fallout from crypto exchange FTX.

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