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What is this pattern called?
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>>48802593
why is it dumping when btc is dumping?
Shouldn't it be mooning because people are getting out of btc to go into tether?
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>>48802615
People are converting any crypto into fiat at a rapid pace
The thing is, only 3% of Tether was backed by cash in 2021
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>>48802593
It doesn’t do that on my chart
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>>48802652
a very large portion of tether's alleged holdings can be sold very quickly. i wouldn't be surprised if there's a grace period allowed for them to process large redemptions. tether's not going down this easily.
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>>48803035
At least 50% of Tether reserves is unsecured debt
The rest are stocks and crypto which are all dropping in value right now
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>>48802593
this your classic AAAaaaaaaaaahhh!!!!!! pattern
very bearish
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>>48802593
newfag trying to fud other newfags
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>>48803035
There are no holdings. They've never been audited. It's all lies.



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