Tether USDT: what if it were to collapse

Wednesday 27 January 2021, 5:25 AM AEST - 1 month ago

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TL;DR Breakdown

  • Tether submits paperwork as the word awaits what will unfold.
  • Stablecoins are here to stay irrespective of Tether USDTs fate.
  • Kerners pessimistic approach.

Tether and Bitfinex have eventually delivered their paperwork to the New York Government. Their deadline was prolonged for them to turn over their financial paperwork for cross-check by the magistrate. The worlds third digital currency will go down the drain if the regional attorney finds evidence of fraud. Such occurrences could have a reverberating effect on the world of cryptocurrency. Now that the paperworks have been delivered the world awaits what will happen.

The downfall of Tether USDT

Maria Stankevich said that the world of cryptocurrency has a strong desire for blood. Stankevich is a business developer and officer at British crypto exchange company based in the United Kingdom. The UK/based business developer stated that the downfall of USDT will have a staggering consequence on the cryptocurrency market at large. She also stated that this will not spell the end of stable coins.

Stankevich explained that the downfall of USDT is feasible. She also said that Tether will face a worse aftermath if the plaintiff ever uncovers an evidence of fraud. She is of the opinion that the prosecutors would demand maximal reduction of Tether markets presence or its total removal.

She later condemned the overly regulated stability act presented by the Congress. She was of the opinion that fintech firms would look for a means of siding with stable coins in an organized manner.

Kerners pessimistic approach

Lou Kerner, the Director of Stablecoins at Quantum Economics gave a rath ...

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