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Yahoo Finance reporter David Hollerith reports on the Justice Department probe into stablecoin Tether.
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  1. A new investigation, but the reasons are old. I thought the competitors would come up with something more interesting. For me, Tether has been the most reliable stable coin for a long time.

  2. I think there is no room for panic here as Tether is playing fair game and these so-called suspicions will soon be removed. After all, Tether is one of the few who cooperate on various issues and provide relevant information, showing their reliability and willingness to collaborate.

  3. They can do their investigations for as long as they want, but they will hardly be able to find any evidence against Tether. Tether is already time -tested and trying to find any traces of deception in this case is stupid.

  4. Isn't it strange that all those news about the mysterious "investigation" come from Bloomberg all the time? No one heard of it, even in Tether.

  5. Well since they do this, it must be because of the growing dominance of Tether, which is breaking all records rn. There is no evidence of their crimes, and it seems to be just a bloated news story.

  6. Tether will prove its reliability again. What will competitors come up with then? I think this stable coin has already seen everything.

  7. So what? I doubt it will lead to any meaningful results at all. They (DoJ) are just stomping around on this, trying to find meaning where there is none, and get Tether involved in their game. I don't believe all this Tether acquisitions, why would they even do that lol?

  8. Is this just another entertainment for them? Or in this way, the Ministry of Justice wants to work off taxpayers' money. But I know for sure that Tether will once again prove its reliability to everyone.

  9. Well, I don't think Tether will have any issues. Lugano and El Salvador wouldn't work with them if they were dangerous or not trust-worthy.

  10. Charts appear to say 19.2k bottom i could see that, but not with the macro situation though. I dont even think talkin bout the bottom is worth it atm. Macro is the worst in decades energy, inflation, rate hikes, supply shortages etc etc its the perfect storm. From 2008ish till around 2021 when the economy was boomin & the fed was printing money btc still crash about 85%. So i find it hard to accept a 75% crash for a bear market that lines up with a global recession, dont make sense to me. Institutions & whales need retail to sell so theres enough supply to meet their demand & they aint buyin yet!! The thing is retail aint got any money to ape in to btc atm & over the next 12 months or so i see less money in the system as the fed tightens & everything goes up in price. So where will the money come from in that kind of a setting?? I really dont think weve seen the bottom yet or the kind of pain coming next year after mid terms. I guess we will see, I will keep buy and just trade long term more than ever, I have made over 4.5` btc from trading with Kevin ortale.. in few weeks this is one of the best medium to backup your assets incase it goes bearish ..<<<<<Reach him VlA Te le gr am >Randy_philip

  11. Why are they once again trying to find Tether's nonexistent connection to the criminal world? It's been under probe for quite a while and nothing was found, which means that Tether is fine and not involved in anything serious.

  12. I’m here earlier than the crypto bots and fake financial advisors who make 6K a week with a 1K investment.

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