"Good job David, also today you managed to put up some absurd clickbait bs articles, you should be proud of yourself! Incompetence at its best..."
- The intern behind Bitfinex's official Twitter account has officially gone rogue.
For context, the tweet is in response to David Floyd's CoinDesk article on Tether's 500m USDT stablecoin burn which also mentions 680 million USDT were transferred from an address controlled by Bitfinex.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
🇮🇳 Indian Police Seize ATM Run By Crypto Exchange Unocoin In order to survive the national ban on offering financial services to crypto exchanges, Unocoin launched an ATM to allow investors to directly deposit Indian rupees to their accounts with the exchange. But police are now claiming Unocoin is not authorized to operate the type of ATM they've set up.
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