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FTX reboot could falter due to long-broken user trust, say observers

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Several crypto industry commentators have laid skepticism on FTX CEO John Ray’s vision to potentially reboot the crypto exchange, citing trust issues and “second-class” treatment of customers as some reasons why users may not “feel safe to go back.”Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried tweeted on Jan.

20 praising John Ray for looking at a reboot of FTX, suggesting it is the best move for its customers.I'm glad Mr. Ray is finally paying lip service to turning the exchange back on after months of squashing such efforts!I'm still waiting for him to finally admit FTX US is solvent and give customers their money back...https://t.co/XjcyYFsoU0https://t.co/SdvMIMXQ5KThis came after John Ray told the Wall Street Journal on Jan.

19 that he was considering reviving the crypto exchange as part of his efforts to make the users whole.Ray noted that despite top executives being accused of criminal misconduct, stakeholders have shown interest in the possibilities of the platform coming back — seeing the exchange as a “viable business.”In comments to Cointelegraph, Binance Australia CEO Leigh Travers believes it will be difficult for FTX to secure a license again, particularly as the industry moves into a new year with increased regulation and oversight by regulators.Travers also noted that since the closure, FTX users have migrated “to other platforms, like Binance.” He questioned whether those users will “feel safe to go back.”He addressed the fact that FTX governance and controls were called into question, with administrators sharing details about some clients getting “preferential treatment,” including “back door switches.” Travers noted:Digital assets lawyer Liam Hennessy, partner at Australian law firm Gadens, thinks that it would be

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