Tether is again offering fiat redemption of its stablecoin USDT. Meanwhile, Bitfinex is now offering tether trading pairs with USD and EUR.
The U.S. DOJ is reportedly probing Tether and Bitfinex over whether they artificially boosted bitcoin's price using the USDT stablecoin.
After yesterday's split of the bitcoin cash blockchain, several top exchanges have already accommodated the resulting two tokens.
iFinex, the parent company of Bitfinex, has parted ways with its old offshore services provider for a new firm.
Three weeks after being assured everything was running smoothly, some customers at Bitfinex are wondering why they still can't get their money out.
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.
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.
Since tether lost parity with the U.S. dollar, its supply has dropped by a quarter as tokens flow back to the issuing company's "treasury" wallet.
Cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex says it has rolled out a new process for depositing fiat currency after it halted the service last week.