Fmr. SEC Chair Clayton on first bitcoin ETF, SEC’s GameStop report

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Jay Clayton, former SEC chairman and non-executive chair at Apollo Global Management, joins ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss the first Bitcoin futures ETF from ProShares.

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