Tether to report reserves and pay $18.5M fine after settlement with NYAG
Bitfinex and Tether settled with the New York Attorney General office in the landmark case against Tether. New York authorities alleged that Tether misrepresented the degree to which Tether (USDT) coins were backed by fiat collateral.
The settlement requires Bitfinex and Tether to pay $18.5 million for damages to the New York State, as well as submit to periodic reporting of their reserves. The terms of the settlement mandate Bitfinex and Tether to report their current reserve status and budge, any transaction between the two companies, as well as provide public reports for the specific composition of their cash and non-cash reserves. The reports will need to be submitted each quarter for the next two years.
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