Crypto's bank closes

This is not another FTX, but what now?

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Crypto - Multicoin Capital Down 91.4%They used to be one of the darlings of crypo. So what happened? It's a tale as old as time. They didn't diversify but betting big on the Solana ecosystem and FTX (10% of their portfolio).

What can we learn? Don't get greedy, diversify and don't follow gurus. Do your own research.

Silvergate ClosesCrypto's main bank that serviced the top centralized exchanges is closing it's doors. It's an orderly closing. Nothing like FTX. Silvergate is returning all customer deposits and winding down operations. They said they're closing "in light of recent industry and regulatory developments." Great article by the Verge here.

Is This a Good Idea?

The Fed (Don't fight them)Everyone is watching the payroll numbers out tomorrow to see what the Fed will do.

BlackRock thinks rates will peak at 6%. Wall St. thinks around 5.5%. We're at 4.5% now so still some ways to go.

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