Three weeks after being assured everything was running smoothly, some customers at Bitfinex are wondering why they still can’t get their money out.
Betting on elections to the U.S. House has brought over $700,000 onto the platform, pushing the midterms market into the top spot.
Last week’s much-scrutinized letter, in which a Bahamas-based bank appeared to vouch for Tether’s balance, has been confirmed as genuine by the bank.
Innosilicon’s mining equipment no longer works on Sia following a planned algorithm change. But not everyone went along with the fork.
Crypto exchanges are shedding tethers by the million, and millions of USDT are ending up at Bitfinex. From there, they are taken out of circulation.
With $47 trillion flowing through it every year, ACH is a juicy target for blockchain disruption. Can a new startup called Promise pull it off?
Tether has had a difficult month, and rivals are eyeing its position as the top crypto “stablecoin.” Here’s how the contest plays out in the data.
Following massive transfers of its dollar-linked tokens into a company-controlled account, Tether has destroyed a large chunk of USDT supply.
A CoinDesk report regarding a misleading data point on CoinMarketCap has led to a change in the way tether trading volume is calculated.
Bitfinex’s API is feeding data to CoinMarketCap on a USDT/USD trading pair that doesn’t exist. So what does that $48 million in daily volume mean?