BINANCE.US CEO and others sound off on the last 24 hours of crypto’s wild ride

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    Amid the massive cryptocurrency sell-off yesterday, Bitcoin’s intensifying plunge, Coinbase’s outage and China’s latest crypto crackdown, preeminent CNBC guests including “Margins” Co-author Ranjan Roy, BINANCE.US CEO Brian Brooks, Morgan Creek Capital’s Mark Yusko, and David Rubenstein of The Carlyle Group sound off as shockwaves rippled through the crypto markets.

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