Tether flees from banks, Ledger’s backdoor for seed phrases and more By Cointelegraph

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Banks want to reduce exposure to crypto businesses, just as crypto businesses are seeking to reduce exposure to the ongoing banking crisis. Tether’s latest audit report shows that the stablecoin issuer withdrew over $4.5 billion from banks in the first quarter to reduce counterparty risk following Circle’s troubles during the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.

The past few days also brought a change in the winds to Ripple’s battle with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), with a motion from the securities regulator to seal some records rejected by a U.S. judge. The move has been viewed as a victory for , which considers the documents key evidence in its costly dispute with the regulatory agency.