0 sats \ 0 replies \ @ama 14 Jan

Use the Bitcoin backed stablecoin instead: https://moneyonchain.com/doc-bitcoin-backed-stablecoin/

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"Tether has said in the past that it regularly works with regulators to supervise suspicious accounts."

"Tether did not immediately respond to a request for comment."

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The article has since been updated:

"Today, Tether has frozen three addresses on the Ethereum blockchain containing $160m USDt upon a request from law enforcement. At the moment we are unable to disclose any further details."

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