Tether has responded to what it describes as a “flawed” paper written by academics from the University of Texas and Ohio State University, which claimed that a single address on the Bitfinex exchange was responsible for manipulating the surge in Bitcoin value in 2017.
Tether Claims Study Was Lacking in Data
Professor John Griffin and Amin Shams analyzed over 200 gigabits of data relating to the transaction history between Bitcoin and Tether and found that the surge in value in late 2017 was attributable to one large trader, or a whale in the crypto world, but …
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