Crypto Lender Matrixport Targets $100 Million Funding Despite FTX Fallout

Crypto lender matrixport targets $100 million funding despite ftx fallout

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One of Asia’s biggest crypto lenders, Matrixport Technologies Pte, is targeting $100 million in funding at a higher valuation, even as the fall of Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX empire reverberates across the digital asset market. Suvashree Ghosh reports on Bloomberg Television.

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