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Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

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Binance will now likely hold greater control over the kinds of coins that are widely listed for purchase. The implosion of FTX will also raise questions about what should be done to protect crypto owners in the future. Binance is already larger, by trading volume, than a clutch of its nearest competitors (Coinbase, Kraken, OKX, Bitfinex, Huobi and FTX) combined.
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