LiteBIRD is a satellite mission designed to map the polarization of the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) at degree and larger scales from 40 to 402 GHz. LiteBIRD will use 4,600 Transition-Edge Sensor (TES) bolometers biased and read out using Digital Frequency Domain Multiplexing (DfMux). The DfMux implementation for LiteBIRD uses sub-kelvin Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) at the same 0.1 K thermal stage as the detectors, this allows for reduced parasitic impedances within the mK circuit and improved SQUID performance. Additionally it must work in the integrated system with the spacecraft's wiring harnesses, which will be longer than is typical on similar ground based experiments, and therefore have more significant parasitic impedances which will impact readout performance. The properties of SQUID candidates at millikelvin temperatures and effects of the spacecraft-like meter scale wiring harness are investigated. Additionally, the possibility of inductively rather than resistively biasing our bolometers at the 0.1K stage, to reduce power dissipation in the bias element, is investigated. We will report progress on validating the cryogenic components of this readout system.