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BitGo’s $100M Suit Against Galaxy Digital Can Proceed, Delaware Supreme Court Rules

Cryptocurrency custodian BitGo will get a fresh chance to sue financial services firm Galaxy Digital over the two companies’ failed $1.2 billion merger agreement after Delaware’s Supreme Court reversed an earlier ruling to dismiss BitGo’s lawsuit.

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