On November 17th, NIA said, "Bitcoin is at risk of declining dramatically in the upcoming weeks now that Mt Gox victims are about to receive their portion of the Bitcoin that was recovered years ago from the failed exchange, which means 150,000 Bitcoin is likely to soon be sold into an illiquid market."
Bitcoin began to crash during the overnight hours, but Tether's peg to the U.S. dollar still hasn't broken. All across social media, Crypto investors are begging Paolo Ardoino the CTO of Bitfinex/Tether to print more Tether to pump Crypto prices back up.
One hour ago, the market bounced from today's lows after an automated 'Whale Alert' bot tweeted that $1 billion in new Tethers have just been printed in a desperate attempt to reinflate the market, but because it's Saturday and there's no possible way for somebody to wire $1 billion for new Tethers, Paolo is trying to coverup for his scam by tweeting, "1B USDt inventory replenish on Tron Network. Note this is a authorized but not issued transaction, meaning that this amount will be used as inventory for next period issuance requests and chain swaps."
Crypto investors are replying to Paolo saying that the $1 billion isn't enough. Some are demanding for him to print $1 trillion USDT!