FTX called out as the opposite of Bitcoin’s original vision

The world of cryptocurrency and digital assets has been rattled with investors losing faith following the FTX crash. While new and experienced traders are uncertain of the industry currently, there has been a wave of advocacy from bullish figures such as crypto exchange Binance CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhao.

While Binance had commented that it might be looking to acquire FTX, it released a notice that it would not be continuing the process to buy the exchange or teaming up given the “mishandled” funds and news of the investigation.

El Salvadoran president, Nayib Bukele, has weighed in on the saga that has unfolded with ongoing issues related to FTX. A known Bitcoin advocate, Bukele has taken to Twitter to say that “FTX is the opposite of Bitcoin” pointing to the original vision behind the cryptocurrency.

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