“https://t.co/pNDxoEET6U, one of the biggest aggregators of cryptocurrency market data, said concerns over inaccuracies “are valid” and it will be adding more information to its website to help users make better decisions.” https://t.co/D9ge2xG5tI
@marianr2d2 For example, one statement shows $2.2 billion was in Tether’s account at Puerto Rico’s Noble Bank Ltd. on Jan. 31. That same day, 2.195 billion Tethers existed, according to data compiled by https://t.co/AxYpuxWeHr. The numbers also match up in September and October 2017.
@bradmillscan@notsofast Maybe you should email https://t.co/uWsNuPF5vz and let them know it's not a cryptocurrency. FWIW, it *is* run on the Omni protocol which does seem to in turn run on top of Bitcoin. Depends on your definition of cryptocurrency.
I don't normally comment on the Ether price, but here's what I wrote when Ether hit $100 on the way up. I updated it when we hit at $300, on the way up. https://t.co/SrX71qMWrs would be worth reading, if you're worried about https://t.co/tU7u7Gwujd we've lost perspective.
It’s all relative, isn’t it? Since tokens have no utility or intrinsic value, or economic connection to any other thing, then they are almost pure expressions of commodity pricing: at any given moments, they are worth exactly what someone is willing to pay for them, no more or less. They just blow around according to the fleeting whims of the market.