Bitfinex CTO: The allocation of USDT on different platforms is driven by user demand

According to AMBCrypto, Anthony Pompliano replied to a question from Twitter user @BenDiFrancesco that the safest chain would benefit from “winners seize the biggest market opportunity”. However, the Twitter user pointed out that although the Bitcoin blockchain is considered safer, “no one puts assets on it” and Tether is moving to the Ethereum blockchain. Bitfinex CTO Paolo Ardoino said, "We are increasing the support for Omni, Blockstream's Liquid and LN/RGB to ensure that Tether users can use the transport layer protected by the Bitcoin network." He further added that USDT is on different platforms. Distribution is purely driven by user demand, “interfering with user preferences will be detrimental.” However, Tether's casting and large-value transactions have been consistent with Bitcoin's price movements, due to the Bitfinex-Tether fiasco event a few months ago. In fact, the market is still skeptical about Tether's activities.