The $1 dollar backed tether (USDT) is now worth less than 97 cents.

This is about price but of a different thing. People are willing to sell USDT for below $ 1. They would rather hold "actual real money"TM rather than bitcoins or so called stablecoins. This is telling. If someone wanted to exit USDT why don't they just buy bitcoin or any coin for that matter instead of selling USDT at a loss?

https://cryptowat.ch/markets/kraken/usdt/usd/5m

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Bitcoin – The Currency of the Internet

The British pound is the oldest fiat currency in existence at 317 years. The pound was originally defined as 12 oz. of silver. It’s now worth less than 0.5% of its original value. In other words, the most successful long standing currency in existence has lost 99.5% of its value.

The British pound is the oldest fiat currency in existence at 317 years. The pound was originally defined as 12 oz. of silver. It's now worth less than 0.5% of its original value. In other words, the most successful long standing currency in existence has lost 99.5% of its value. submitted by /u/AnoniMiner
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Bitcoin – The Currency of the Internet

There are 152 fiat currencies that have failed due to Hyperinflation. Their average lifespan was 24.6 years and the median lifespan is 7 years. 82 of these currencies lasted less than a decade and 15 of them lasted less than 1 year.

There are 152 fiat currencies that have failed due to Hyperinflation. Their average lifespan was 24.6 years and the median lifespan is 7 years. 82 of these currencies lasted less than a decade and 15 of them lasted less than 1 year. <- Bitcoin FTW! submitted by /u/Crevative
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Bitcoin – The Currency of the Internet