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China rules crypto illegal & FBI held ransomware keys?

The United States has reached a deal that will allow Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou to return to China after nearly three years of being detained in Canada. It comes as cryptocurrency markets are tumbling after the Chinese government declared transactions illegal in the nation. Boom Bust’s Ben Swann and Christy Ai bring us up to speed on the latest measures from Beijing and how the industry is faring. Plus, we take a look around the globe to see how international markets are reacting to a wild week of trading. And new documents from the Washington Post show that the FBI may have had the keys to ending the REvil cyberattacks that gripped the US this summer. Todd Shipley, president of Dark Intel, offers his insight on the recent reports and the wave of ransomware attacks hitting the nation.

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