The embattled ‘stable’ crypto can’t catch a break right now. 
Less than a week after rumours that somewhat-itinerant stablecoin, Tether, had set down its virtual bags with the Bahamas-based Deltec Bank were confirmed – and the Tether.io team produced a new letter attempting to confirm that they were playing nice, and actually possessed the dollars necessary to peg the $1.8bn of its crypto currently in circulation – its new home has become embroiled in a whole new bout of controversy.
According to reports by local sources, accounts based at two Bahamian banks

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