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First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Stays Calm at $16.5K
Jocelyn Yang writes about the domino effect caused by the the downfall of FTX.
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First Mover Asia: Cryptos Fly Higher as U.S. Turkey Day Holiday Approaches
The CEO of crypto lending and borrowing platform Hexn.io, believes recent crypto debacles will leave the industry stronger by weeding out weaker companies and fostering stronger regulatory efforts.
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First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Holds Firm Over $16K After Tracking Stocks Upward
ALSO: James Rubin writes that Changpeng Zhao and Elon Musk, among others, have spoken freely when discussing the fallout from crypto's rapidly expanding crises and the individuals behind them. But they haven't always been consistent.
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First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Falls to 2-Year Low on Renewed Contagion Fears
ALSO: Singapore's central bank is under scrutiny over whether Sam Bankman-Fried's FTX exchange received favorable regulatory treatment, Sam Reynolds writes.
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First Mover Asia: Cryptos Dive Deep Into the Red
ALSO: Sam Reynolds writes that the crypto industry might be better off in the long run if such major initiatives as Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust and Solana wound down.
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First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Won't Budge; Cryptos Ignore the FTX Chaos for Another Day
Sam Reynolds writes that venture capitalists’ failure to scrutinize crypto exchange FTX parallels oversights that led to energy giant Enron’s notorious bankruptcy two decades ago. New FTX CEO should know because he helped oversee Enron’s filing.
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First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Sinks Amid Crypto's Latest Debacle
ALSO: Shaurya Malwa considers the widening fallout from FTX, now including Genesis Global Capital's decision to pause withdrawals. Could TradFi be swept up next in the crisis?
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First Mover Asia: FTX Debacle Might Change Hong Kong’s Approach to Retail Crypto Regulation; Bitcoin Shows Its Mettle
The special administrative region of China wants to become a regional crypto hub, but FTX’s filing for bankruptcy protection could prompt regulators to tighten restrictions.
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First Mover Asia: Bitcoin, Ether Rise Late Despite FTX Fatigue
ALSO: Sam Reynolds considers the advantages of licensed custodians as the crypto industry wrestles with the fallout from crypto exchange FTX's implosion.
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First Mover Asia: Extreme Fear Hits Crypto as FTX Hack Makes Bad Situation Worse. What Comes Next?
ALSO: Sam Reynolds takes a fresh look at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's case against Ripple, where a 2018 SEC official’s speech notes may prove crucial.
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