Recommended Alert to Watch! TETHER is a DOOMSDAY MACHINE...allegedly (
I am reacting to an interview that Laura Shin did for the Unchained Podcast.

In it, she is interviewing Gregory Pepin, deputy CEO of Deltec Bank and Trust - located in The Bahamas - and the main holder of Tether's assets. Gregory responds to allegations in a recent blog post suggesting that Tether is a "highly probably fraud."

Watch Laura's excellent full interview here -

I also take a clip from Ivan on Tech here -

Please go and subscribe to both of their channels, they are excellent.

Of course, the opinions in this video are all mine. And should in no way be taken as advice, the truth, or condemnation of Tether or Deltec.

I sincerely hope - for everyone who is invested in crypto - that Tether is 100% legitimate. But there are serious concerns that they do not seem to want to address.

And this interview provides zero reassurances that Tether's funds are in good hands. IMO

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    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst The topic of Tether and its relationship to BTC is around already for a time, it's not new. Everything seems kind of weird anyway. This is a very interesting topic which could eventually be very bad for many investors if Tether's fears become a reality. What do you think?
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      Jorn van Zwanenburg Blockchain researcher & Tokenomist I do think Tether poses systemic risk to the cryptocurrency market. I don't believe that they are an outright scam as I think their Tether's are sufficiently backed (sufficiently -> redeeming parties can redeem if not all at once), but I do believe that new regulations and several lawsuits can turn Tether into a white swan for the market. Here's an interesting interview with the founders of Tether:
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    Jorn van Zwanenburg Blockchain researcher & Tokenomist Terrible video, very interesting topic