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If the fins are just curling and not blackened, melting, or getting shorter. This is usually harmless and a result of the way the ray(s) healed. There isn't really a lot you can do for it. I unfortunately have a veil tail with the same problem. Not curling but his fins looked shredded and ragged around the edges from having damaged rays. It is common for CT to heal with curled rays. On the floating as long as he can dive and swim without struggling to stay where he seems to wants I wouldn't worry.

As long as he has good color, eating, and acting alert I wouldn't suspect anything wrong. It would be great to see a picture of the guy.

A note on the Betta "hammock" watch it around the suction cup and the spine of it for rust and splits. These are nice in theory, but the craftsmanship of them is sub-par for being submerged in water.
 

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I totally understand that about the plants lol. Yeah i went to the dollar general and bought some coffee cups for houses for my hospital tanks. Cosmo my red Betta is confused by it and sleeps on the house lol. I should rename him Snoopy. Mystic my blue boy inspected his very closely all over and inside. Then he chilled out in it for like an hour so I guess he likes it lol.
 
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