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Tether Responds to CoinDesk’s Intervention in Legal Proceedings
The stablecoin issuer maintains its reserves are "closely guarded" and give it a competitive advantage.
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CoinDesk Joins Court Case Seeking Access to NYAG Tether Documents
Tether wants the state Supreme Court to stop the attorney general’s office from sharing documents requested by CoinDesk. CoinDesk is now a party to the proceedings.
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Coinseed Shuts Down Following Lawsuit, Slams NYAG Letitia James
The company’s website now advertises an airdrop of the “F***LetitaJames” token.
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Tether's First Reserve Breakdown Shows Token 49% Backed by Unspecified Commercial Paper
The new composition report is part of Tether’s efforts to stay in compliance with a settlement with the New York Attorney General.
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Tether Takes Step Toward Transparency With First Accounting Firm Report Card
The report is similar to those produced by other stablecoin issuers like Centre or Paxos.
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What a Transparent Tether Means for Bitcoin
NYAG wrapped its investigation into Tether's internal finances, with the stablecoin issuer admitting no wrongdoing.
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NY AG’s $850M Probe of Bitfinex, Tether Ends in an $18.5M Settlement
In a closely watched case with wide-ranging implications for the crypto market, Tether has admitted no wrongdoing and will provide reports on USDT’s reserve composition for two years.
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New York Attorney General Says Bitfinex, Tether Could Complete Loan Document Handover in 'Weeks'
The NYAG has said Tether and Bitfinex have been cooperating in its inquiry, which is expected to progress more quickly once the documents are provided.
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Judge Orders Bitfinex to Turn Over Tether Loan Documents (Again)
A New York judge ordered Bitfinex and Tether to turn over financial documents to the New York Attorney General's office, but left the timing to the parties to coordinate.
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New York Attorney General to Bitfinex and Tether: ‘Delays Must Stop’
Bitfinex and Tether shouldn’t need more than two months to produce documents about USDT issuances and past operations in New York first ordered 17 months ago, an NYAG lawyer argued in a letter Monday.
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