As information disclosed by issuers varies, it's not easy for investors to make apple-to-apple comparisons.
Bitcoin is declining as regulatory concerns rise; ether is holding support.
Technical data suggests lower support around $34,000 could stabilize the current pullback.
Cryptocurrency market makers say they're fielding inquiries about how to bet on a falling price for the dollar-pegged stablecoin USDT.
Possible criminal charges against Tether executives will put even more pressure on a product that the market is already cooling on.
According to one analyst, some $1 billion in trading positions were liquidated as prices surged.
Unlike past scares, Monday’s report of a Department of Justice investigation hasn’t shaken traders’ faith in the stablecoin.
The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating Tether for a possible offense conducted years ago, Bloomberg reported Monday.
A day after rival stablecoin issuer Circle released more data about the assets behind USDC, Tether executives went on CNBC’s online show Tech Check to answer questions about its own token, USDT.
Access to EURT will save Bitstamp's euro users time and money without a loss of purchasing power, a Bitstamp executive said.
Plus: Correcting misconceptions about institutional interest in crypto, and why Circle going public may bring greater regulatory clarity in the U.S. for stablecoins.