FTX: A Crypto Story

Explore the main considerations and domino effect in FTX's collapse

This course is free of access until 5th December 2022

About the course

FTX is the second-largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, valued at more than US$30 billion. By November 14, FTX was in bankruptcy proceedings along with more than 100 companies connected to it.

In this course, Paul Arrago, Co-founder at NYX Capital DAO, will share more about FTX, the main concerns in the crypto industry and reasons behind the collapse of FTX and the implication of Alameda Research as well as other parties involved.

Enrol to this course to find out more about FTX and the reason behind its collapse.

Difficulty: Foundation
Duration: 30mins

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Blockchain

Digital payments

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The expert you’ll be learning from

Paul Arrago

NYX Capital DAO

Paul is a 29 year old entrepreneur and investor. He has had 4 years of experience in consulting firms especially for banking companies. He is a crypto investor since 2017 and Co-founder of NYX Capital DAO, a decentralised blockchain investment fund.

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