Tether is a stablecoin – a cryptocurrency which is tied 1:1 with the US dollar.
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Opinion: Will Tether blow up? [Dec 2017]
There is an elephant in the room in the cryptocurrency world and it's called Tether.
The concept of a cryptocurrency that is tied to the world's reference fiat currency is very...
2017 Bitcoin and Altcoin Hacks [Part 9]
This article is part of our complete guide to Bitcoin and altcoin hacks. Here we cover Bitcoin and altcoin security incidents from the year 2017.
In late 2017, Ital...
COTI: Fin Tech Company that is Building a Base Protocol
COTI, Currency Of The Internet, presents users with a scalable and user-friendly cryptocurrency by using an innovative base-layer protocol in the form of a directed acyclic graph-based ledger, built from transactions connected through time, by harnessing trust-based algorithms. Trust should be based on a combination of the network participant‘s historical behavior data and objective information […]
2013 Bitcoin and Altcoin Hacks [Part 5]
This article is part of our complete guide to Bitcoin and altcoin hacks. Here we cover Bitcoin and altcoin security incidents from the year 2013. Dogewallet Such hack. Many coin. Very disappear. Christmas of 2013 wasn’t a good time for Dogecoin investors. The recently created half-joke-half-serious cryptocurrency had just suffered its first major heist. Although […]
ELI5 What’s a stablecoin?
Since the beginning of cryptocurrency history, most crypto assets have been known to experience enormous oscillations against the US Dollar (or some other legacy fiat currency). This has arguably scared many risk averse investors away from cryptocurrencies. More conservative investment instruments such as blue chip corporate bonds and Treasuries usually oscillate very little. Bitcoin, on […]
2011 Bitcoin and Altcoin Hacks [Part 3]
This article is part of our complete guide to Bitcoin and altcoin hacks. Here we cover Bitcoin and altcoin security incidents from the year 2011. In 2011, most Bitcoin hacks involved individuals rather than institutions. You’ll notice Bitcointalk posts by average users who happened to stumble upon a vulnerability and decided to test it. Everything […]
Stable coins are backed by a reserve fiat currency in order to hedge against exchange variations. Most stablecoins are tethered against the US dollar.
Stablecoin, or stable coins, are cryptocurrencies which are backed 1:1 (or some other ratio) against a reserve currency or bag of currencies. The most popular stablecoins are pegged to the US dollar.
Tether is a stablecoin - a cryptocurrency which is tied 1:1 with the US dollar.
Ticker symbol for the Tether cryptocurrency
Warrant Canaries are a stealth communication method by which you let others know that you've been served with a search warrant without mentioning the actual fact.
One of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges. Has close ties to the Tether stablecoin cryptocurrency.
A crypto-Twitter personality who is skeptical of Bitfinex and the Tether stablecoin
A Bear Market is an informal term for a downward trending market. Generally, to be considered a bear market, there should be at least a 20% decline for two months or more.