Tether (USDT) is still the stablecoin of choice for most crypto traders. Despite criticism about Tether, Inc. not having complete… read more
What is Tether?
Tether (USDT) is a cryptocurrency asset issued on the Bitcoin blockchain via the Omni Layer Protocol. Each USDT unit is backed by 1 US Dollar held in the reserves of Tether Limited. Tether can be transferred, stored, spent, just like any other cryptocurrency. Tether (USDT) offers an alternative to Proof of Solvency methods by introducing a Proof of Reserves Process. Tether is a crypto-fiat stable coin, meaning that its value mirrors that of the US Dollar. Learn more about Tether in our cryptocurrency guides.
Tether has come under scrutiny time and time again in the past year and a half. It now appears the… read more
The turnover and volumes of Tether (USDT) boomed in the past days, while the market was crashing. USDT volumes are… read more
The Ethereum network now carries more 2-3x more Tether in its ERC-20 form than the native ETH asset. The reason… read more
Asia has always been at the forefront of the bitcoin and crypto trading. The US has been too busy tripping… read more
Tether, Inc. posted a response to the new Griffin and Shams paper on Bitcoin (BTC) trading activity in 2017. The… read more
Tron is performing better than most altcoins today as $30 Million worth of TRC20-USDT tokens enters the market. This recent… read more
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