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Tether Freezes More Than $46M of USDT FTX


Tether appears to have begun freezing USDT funds belonging FTX.
Key TakeawaysTether is enforcing USDT wallets of FTX.
So far, at least 46,360,000.701 USDT have been blacklisted.
Tether is said to have the ability to freeze funds upon request from law enforcement.
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