Circle to Issue Weekly USDC Reserve Reports — Tether Publishes May 2022 Assur...

Circle to Issue Weekly USDC Reserve Reports — Tether Publishes May 2022 Assur...

The co-founder and CEO of Circle, Jeremy Allaire, has announced the cryptocurrency firm that issues the stablecoin usd coin plans to provide the public with weekly stablecoin reserve reports. Additionally, the company Tether has also released an assurance report on its stablecoin reserves via the Cayman Islands auditing company MHA Cayman. Circle CEO Says Firm’s Stablecoin Is a ‘Very Efficient Pipe Between Legacy Electronic Dollars and Digital Currency Dollars’ The two largest stablecoin providers, Tether and Circle, want the public to be assured that tether (USDT) and....


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