Tremors through stablecoin market continue as tether suffers $7bn sell-off

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Tremors through stablecoin market continue as tether suffers $7bn sell-off

Hong Kong-issued tether is the latest cryptocurrency to suffer losses, as investors pulled $7bn of investment, according to a Financial Times report.  It followed the destabilisation of TerraUSD, the stablecoin which fell from $118 to $0 last week. Tether, which can be hosted on the Ethereum and Bitcoin blockchains, among others, briefly lost its one-to-one US dollar peg last week, and saw its market value fall by 9% since May 12, to $76bn, as tokens were removed from circulation to app...

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