Truth About Tether

Market Meditations | January 27, 2021

2017 called, they want their FUD back.

Dear Meditators

There has been a lot of noise around Tether recently and any possible consequences on Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency market.

In today’s article, we cut out the noise for our readers and focus on aspects of the debate that are critical for traders and investors to know. 

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The Tethered Kingdom

2017 called, they want their FUD back. 

Today’s article is about crypto’s most controversial topic: the stablecoin Tether.

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