Nepalese smugglers reportedly moved 33kg of gold from China in flour sacks packed by children before selling it for $16 million USDT.
Tether claims to have cut off clients in Singapore on May 12, 2020 but continued to issue tokens to entities in the country after that date.
It’s unclear where the USDT and USDC have gone, given that data shows more than $81 million worth of the tokens on the Waves DEX protocol.
The IMF is warning investors about so-called “algorithmic” stablecoins ⏤ which are often unstable and not meaningfully algorithmic.
Tether is usually extremely tight-lipped about where it keeps its assets, but it appears the company holds some funds in the tiny Capital Union bank.
- Binance card withdrawals have been down for a week
- HTX hacked week after Poloniex — now Justin Sun only posts as AI
- Binance and CZ plead guilty but SEC lawsuit remains
- Tether sent $1B to UK firm owned by prominent Conservative donor
- M2: Did Mr. Wonderful endorse the next FTX?
- Binance has $3.9 billion in USDT on the move
- Poloniex hacked — all my low liquidity coins gone
- Australia forces Binance to pay users after law-breaking
- The main Bitcoin-dev mailing list might cease operating next month