In 2017 Tether was issuing unbacked Tethers. This has been confirmed as part of their settlement with the New York Attorney's General office. As an exercise in trying to ensure that I have not become overly biased around Tether what I will attempt to do in this article is construct the best case scenario for … Continue reading The Best Case Scenario for Tether’s Activities in 2017
UPDATE: This was refiled presumably as part of the formal movement from the Supreme Court back to trial and the actual decision came down in July. Thank you to Rob Stevens for reminding me of this fact. Document There was finally a new development in the long delayed Digfinex/iFinex/Bitfinex/Tether NYAG case. The New York State … Continue reading Analysis of the New York Supreme Court Remittitur in the Tether and Bitfinex New York Attorney General Cases
I have been told that I am prone to seeing plots in the mundane, and in trying to make mountains out of molehills when it comes to Tether. I have been told that I do not give them the benefit of the doubt or try to find charitable explanations for their behaviors. I am left … Continue reading Why Does Tether Deserve the Benefit of the Doubt?
Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, this is not legal advice or financial advice or life advice or medical advice or romance advice. Especially not romance. So this is more than a little bit delayed, but better late than never I figure. You can see the original threads that I am going to be reviewing … Continue reading Analysis of December NYAG and Tether Filings
First of all link to the transcript: https://www.docdroid.net/Wk3pePO/transcript-may-16-2019.pdf (my copy). Second of all congrats to @lawmaster and The Block for a great scoop. https://t.co/22w3xY8mc8 Now let’s get down to business. Bitfinex is still being hesitant to hand over documents to the NYAG. They have struggled to get access to documents relating to the transfer from … Continue reading Key Excerpts and Commentary from NYAG/Tether Court Transcript