$31 million stolen from cryptocurrency start-up Tether

Tom Allen
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Tether has frozen its wallet and is trying to limit the spread of the stolen tokens

A hacker has apparently stolen almost $31 million from a start-up company that offers dollar-backed digital tokens. Tether operates a cryptocurrency asset called USDT, which it backs via the US ...

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