Bitcoin Shrugs Off BlockFi Bankruptcy; Sam Bankman-Fried’s First Audio Interview Released

Bitcoin shrugs off blockfi bankruptcy; sam bankman-fried's first audio interview released

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Bitcoin (BTC) is holding firm above $16,000 after BlockFi filed for bankruptcy protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey after weeks of speculation about the company’s solvency. XBTO Group Head of Trading Paul Eisma shares his insights. Plus, Sam Bankman-Fried’s actual voice is being heard for the first time post-FTX-collapse with newly released audio from Tiffany Fong. And, an update on crypto philanthropy with The Giving Block Co-Founder Pat Duffy.







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