Crypto Industry Outlook as BlockFi Files For Bankruptcy

Crypto industry outlook as blockfi files for bankruptcy

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Bernstein Managing Director of Global Digital Assets Gautam Chhugani discusses his outlook for the crypto sector as BlockFi files for bankruptcy in the wake of FTX’s collapse. Plus, the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) is drawing market attention after sister company Genesis Global Capital said its lending unit would halt customer withdrawals. Grayscale Investments, which manages GBTC, Genesis and CoinDesk are owned by Digital Currency Group.

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