The collapse of FTX has dashed the crypto industry’s hopes for pushing its agenda in Washington. At the same time, financial regulators are expected to increase their oversight and investigations into crypto players. So what does the future of regulation for crypto look like?
WSJ reporter Paul Kiernan joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss.
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