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About Tether (USDT)

Tether (USDT) is the most popular stablecoin in terms of volume. Unlike cryptocurrencies, whose prices fluctuate, a stablecoin such as Tether (USDT) tries to hold its value around a specific asset. In this case, the value of 1 USDT is supposed to stay at around 1 US dollar. Tether was created as a utility token to represent fiat currency and to use blockchain technology to simplify cross-border payments. As a stable coin, Tether is pegged or “tethered” to the US dollar, as the coin’s name suggests, in order to minimise price volatility.

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