Anthony Scaramucci talks about the SALT conference and the future of cryptocurrencies

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Anthony Scaramucci, managing partner at Skybridge Capital, joins the Halftime Report from the SALT conference in New York City to discuss the current state of the markets and what he sees in the future of crypto amidst regulatory threats.

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