Crypto Custody Firm BitGo to Sue Galaxy Digital, Owes a $100M Breakup Fee

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Cryptocurrency custody company BitGo plans to sue Galaxy Digital for backing out of a planned $1.2 billion merger agreement. “The Hash” panel discusses the latest crypto legal battle as BitGo says it will seek $100 million in damages from Galaxy.

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