Tether— USDT which is often referred to as the best and the most popular stablecoin in circulation is back to a 1:1 parity with the US dollar.
Tether— USDT Sell Off
Tether— USDT experienced a massive sell-off which resulted in its price dropping drastically when compared to the USD which it was designed to be in parity with. This has led to several traders staying clear of the controversial coin in recent times. In a bid to remedy the fractured reputation of the stablecoin, the fintech startup behind the stablecoin, Tether Limited, has secured a banking relationship with Deltec Bank & Trust Limited. This information was made known recently along with other important updates. The report published by the start-up made it known that the Deltec Bank is a long-standing financial institution situated in the tropical nation of Bahamas.
The startup also tweeted along with document proving its relationship with the banking.
The tweet read:
“We are pleased to be able to confirm that Tether has an account with Deltec Bank & Trust Limited”
The report further made it known that the bank has done its due diligence in the coins before reaching the conclusion to partner with the parent company as its sole banking partner.
The document also stated that:
“This [DD] included, notably, an analysis of our compliance processes, policies and procedures; a full background check of the shareholders, ultimate beneficiaries and officers of our company; and assessments of our ability to maintain the USD-peg at any moment and our treasury management policies.”
Tether has also presented a supposed letter from the bank which further explains and confirms the cash value of the Tether’s portfolio. The document made it known that there are about 1.77 billion of USDT in circulation, while the cash value of Tether’s portfolio is around $1.83 billion. All this is documentation is in bids to return the coin back to its formal glory.