Justin Sun Says HTX, Poloniex Assets Are Safe After Hack; Donald Trump Releases New NFTs

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Suz is on the hot seat and Donald Trump unveils a new NFT collection. You’re watching Coin desk daily. I’m your host, Jen Sani Justin son says assets held on HTX and Polo X are 100% safe. After last month’s hack that saw more than $200 million siphoned out of both exchanges. Both exchanges have opened withdrawals for certain assets. Although several alt coins remain locked. The withdrawal freeze came after hackers sold millions of Polo X’s hot wallets in November. Later $97 million was stolen from HTX and Blockchain protocol. Hecho Chain Bloomberg reports that three arrows capital co founder Suzu faced questions in a Singapore court for the first time as liquidators seek information to claw back assets. The two day court hearing required zoo to respond to lawyers for liquidator 10 with details on how the fund failed and the whereabouts of the assets. And Donald Trump has a new NFT collection and it’s driving up prices for his previous collections. The former US president announced a new $99 NFT collection called the Mug Shot edition. A nod to his legal troubles. Those who buy 47 or more Trump cards will get to have dinner with him at Mar a Lago and receive a piece of the suit he wore for his mug shot when he was arrested in August previously issued Trump nfts flipped at as low as point ether half of the 0.2 ether price they traded at before the announcement. Floor prices then rebounded to around 0.18 E. That’s according to data by open sea. Now let’s take a look at the price of Bitcoin. It’s around $42,000. The world’s largest Cryptocurrency by market cap has gained roughly 7% since the beginning of December. That’s a wrap for coin desk daily. Get more updates on coin desk.com and we’ll see you next time.

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