Revolt against ESG! (DAVOS Biggest Threat to Crypto)

The weaponize policy against the people and go after , the Ripple case getting drawn out isn’t stopping them from focusing on the future, and Paraguay is bullish on !

In your nightly crypto news wrap-up, we bring you the top crypto stories.

What We Discuss:
0:00 Intro
0:16 ESG News Clip
0:30 ESG & The SEC
2:12 Frankie Candles Market Watch
3:36 Ripple SEC Case
4:38 Paraguay's Crypto Adoption
5:09 Closing Thoughts

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  1. Appreciate you saying how the ripple lawsuit outcome will affect the whole crypto space. A lot of Ripple and XRP haters don’t understand this simple concept.

  2. sincerely appreciate the soothing words of considering a long term mindset, zoom out, crypto is here to stay, its just a matter of time.

  3. Much respect for you to call out how evil our government is. Pretty scary the government and elites have fooled part of us peons and split this country apart. We the people need to come together

  4. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is a massive piece of financial reform legislation that was passed in 2010, during the OBAMA/BIDEN administration. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act—typically shortened to just the Dodd-Frank Act—established a number of new government agencies tasked with overseeing the various components of the law and, by extension, various aspects of the financial system.

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