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Barney Frank, the unrepentant $2.4 million crypto bro

Give us a break, Barney. Meanwhile, I hope and expect The Boston Globe is going to dig deeply into what Frank was doing at Signature. From The New York Times:

Mr. Frank, who received more than $2.4 million in cash and stock from Signature during his seven-plus years on the board, left the job on Sunday as regulators dissolved the board. He said on Monday that the bank was the victim of overzealous regulators. “We were the ones who they shot to encourage others to stay away from crypto,” he said.

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  1. Barney is a “victim” of overzealous greed. The bank should be required to pay him in cryptocurrency 😉

  2. Correction: Now that Barney is no longer a board member of the failed bank, please revise my comment to “should have been” instead of “should be.”

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