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CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “BINANCE.US CEO and others sound off on the last 24 hours of crypto’s wild ride” – below is their description.
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.CNBC Television YouTube Channel
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