BPI Statement on FTX Implosion and Risks of Crypto Firms Obtaining Fed Account Access

Washington, D.C. — BPI Executive Vice President and General Counsel John Court issued the following statement today in response to events surrounding the sudden collapse of FTX caused by a severe liquidity crisis:

“As FTX files for bankruptcy after failing to secure a bailout, policymakers should ensure they do not embed crypto firms in the heart of the financial system by giving them Fed accounts; otherwise the next crisis in the cryptoverse could threaten financial stability.”


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