People expected that for Tether? Why? Tether is a stable currency that's pegged to the US dollar if I'm not mistaken, so it shouldn't lose any value as long as the dollar doesn't, and it doesn't matter what china does or doesn't do.
And yes, I fully agree that I and everyone else need to be careful with crypto news sites. I think a lot of them don't have real journalists on their staff, but rather a bunch of crypto enthusiasts who probably write stories about coins whilst getting a kickback from the coin's dev team. Wouldn't surprise me at all. There's a lot of garbage news out there and also a lot of fake news as well.
He says he has no key. It's a shame, of course, what kind of person, but if there were only tokens from drops that I think are worth nothing, then there is not a big loss. The main thing would be that there is not a lot of ether on this wallet. For future you need to know that you need to write the private key in a notebook and save it to a USB flash drive
I have been hearing a lot about China is making pump and dump of Bitcoin, but does this is a real or fake? When Bitcoin raised from $7k to $10k People started to tell this is about China made legal for Bitcoin, now the price gone down to $7k. At this time news is spreading china doesn't want Crypto.
I think it is bold to go with QQQ and I wonder if it will turn out to be a wise move or not. I will keep following your thread to see the result, but personally I feel I am too risk adverse to go with the QQQ invest and I will stay with Bitcoin and privacy coins for now. Luckily I think you have a good head on your shoulders and it seems like you are analyzing the risk for QQQ well. Yobit's deal on investbox for QQQ 5% is very good almost too good to pass up.