How To Convert Leftover Crypto To Binance Coin?

Tether is a stable coin, meaning that it is intended to be pegged one-to-one (1:1) with the U.S. Dollar and does not inflate over time like Bitcoin. The tether token, also known as USDT, is printed on demand at a ratio of 1:1 with dollars held in reserve by Tether Limited, which issues new tokens as needed according to market demand (usually via buybacks or burning). Their website lists all holdings as of December 31st 2018; they hold $2.8 billion USD Tethers in proportion to their outstanding supply of $2.5 billion USD Tethers issued so far. It’s estimated that each circulating tether token actually has a value of approximately $0.99-$1 per token based on this information alone, but it’s unclear what percentage of their reserves they have “burned” instead – if all 4 million USDT they have burnt, for example – and how transparent that is about what remains available for circulation at any given point in time. In practice though, the most common way people might convert from tether into binance coins would probably involve exchanging from an exchange where tether is listed for another exchange rock bottom rate + some withdrawal fees…

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