Latest Tether price & analysis (USDTtoUSD) 12/9/18

Tether remains stable despite recent huge drops in crypto values

The latest Tether price is US$0.9970. Today (12/9/18 10:29) the price has fallen by 0.07%, during this week by 0.01%, during the month by 0.28%. Since June 2017 Tether has seen little fluctuation in price.  Despite recent huge loses in cryptocurrency values (during August the Top 10 cryptocurrencies by market capitalisation lost $27bn in value) the value of Tether has more or less remained stable during the year, but this shouldn’t be surprising since Tether is supposed to have a fixed rate to the US dollar.

Tether: USDT/US$ 0.9970

  • One day down by 0.07%
  • One week down by 0.01%
  • One month down by 0.28%


Latest Tether price and weekly, daily & monthly price movement as at 12/9/2018 10:29. All prices via

Latest Tether price

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About Tether

Tether was issued on the Bitcoin blockchain. In their own words “Tether converts cash into digital currency, to anchor or ‘tether’ the value of the coin to the price of national currencies”. So, the value is meant to mirror that of the US dollar and each unit of Tether is backed by $1 held in reserve. One of the main uses of Tether is to facilitate trading between cryptocurrencies with a rate fixed to the US$ allowing traders to take advantage of trading opportunities.

Tether is one of the largest cryptocurrencies and is one of the top 10 cryptocurrencies by market capitalisation.

More Tether news & information

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