2022 was a tumultuous year for crypto. One company fell after another, culminating with the spectacular collapse of the FTX cryptocurrency exchange and the arrest of its founder Sam Bankman-Fried, who is now under investigation for fraud. So what's in store for the industry this year? FRANCE 24's Kate Moody spoke to Brett Quick, head of policy at the Crypto Council for Innovation, a crypto advocacy group that establishes dialogues with governments and regulatory agencies.
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And as the Japanese capital Tokyo tries to encourage city dwellers to move away, Charles Pellegrin looks at global efforts to repopulate rural areas and whether they're working.
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