Circle and Tether executives have engaged in a series of increasingly public spats as the firms vie for control of the stablecoin market.
Despite no Tether execs being officially implicated in any crimes, their proximity to various illegal activities is still noteworthy.
A group of four fake currency traders were arrested in Taiwan for tricking at least 10 victims by into buying Tether through fake sites.
Tether’s new Bahama’s-based banking partner and its main shareholders are major donors to the UK’s ruling Conservative Party.
In an interview, Paolo Ardoino blamed ‘haters’ like BitBoy as the reason Tether still can’t grasp the concept of transparency.
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