USDT—A Mystical Coin Living in Queries

Recently, an anonymous Report titled "The Tether Report" appeared on The Internet, directed directly at one of The most popular virtual currencies, USDT/ teda. The report's conclusion is striking: "the price volatility of bitcoin is highly correlated with the USDT overshoot."


A brief introduction of USDT - essentially Tether's decentralized digital currency based on block chain technology. According to Tether's initial commitment, it will strictly adhere to a 1:1 reserve guarantee, which means 1 usd to each of the USDT tokens, so the price of the USDT is relatively stable, so that usdt(usd tether) is coming from this reason.


First in the domestic usdt actually is not hot, but after domestic ban digital assets and virtual currency transactions, many people look to the over-the-counter (OTC), the form of digital assets and fiat currency exchange. At this point, the usdt, which claims to be equivalent to the dollar (1:1), became a hot spot, and the sale of other virtual currencies became the first choice for many. But as a virtual currency issued by a private company, though it claims to be able to convert $1 to a dollar, is it really reliable? The author of "The Tether Report" shows his distrust.


On January 24, 2018, an anonymous report of Tether appeared on the net, triggering the whole blockchain community.

As a fact, the author did not reveal his identity, leaving only a string of characters

"32 e3690d50b3b477df7841212d4bb938dc9cdb50307618328e7f8b53f37cc1e2"


The authors argue that Theder's founders did not rely on organic business development, but on the basis of market conditions.Between March 29, 2017 and January 4, 2018, Tether issued a total of 91 USDT, while 48.7 percent of the BTC price surge occurred within 2 hours after Tether coin release.Bitfinex's recharge/withdrawal data is suspect and should be more audited.If the above suspicious behavior is true, then 30-80% of the BTC price collapse can be predicted.


Tether mentioned this on its website:

1.Tether does not make any representations, guarantees or warranties.

2.The limitation of liability and release: except in the case where the provisions of this terms of service, Tether does not assume any liability or obligation, also does not undertake any claim, application, loss, damage, delays, accidents, cost, business interruption costs or any other expenses (including but not limited to attorney's fees and any claim or litigation costs), or any accidental, direct, indirect, in general, special, punitive, demonstration or corresponding losses, goodwill or commercial profits, downtime, data loss, computer failure or malfunction, or directly or indirectly caused by or associated with any and all other business losses.


It's fair to say that at the very beginning, it was not surprising that someone said, "I was prepared to run the road in the first place."

A Coin Game


DescriptionnnHarry and Sally have recently got addicted to a coin game. The game goes as follows.nnThe games uses a T × T grid board, each square in which is denoted by a pair of integers (x, y) between 1 and T (inclusive). Two players take turns to flip the coins. Each turn a player can choose four coins in the squares (x1, y1), (x1, y2), (x2, y1) and (x2, y2) (1 ≤ x1 < x2 ≤ T, 1 ≤ y1 < y2 ≤ T) to flip, as long as the coin in (x2, y2) will be turned from heads to tails. The player who cannot make a move loses.nnAfter a sweet winning streak, Harry says to Sally, “Let’s have a bet! I’ll play first, and I’ll put heads in some squares and tails in some others of the board. You can decide whether the rest of coins shows heads or tails. I dare say you can’t beat me no matter how you put them.”nnGiven the squares in which Harry puts heads and those in which he puts tails, can you help Sally decide on the rest of coins so that she will win to teach the arrogant Harry a lesson? Assume that both Harry and Sally play optimally in the game.nnInputnnThe input contains multiple test cases. Each test cases begins with a line containing two integers n1 and n2 (n1, n2 ≤ 200). The next n1 + n2 lines each contain a pair of integers (x, y) (1 ≤ x, y ≤ 100). For the first n1 pairs, Harry puts heads in the corresponding squares. Harry lets Sally decide on coins in the squares denoted by the rest n2 pairs and puts tails in other squares.nnOutputnnFor each test case, if Sally can win the game, print “Yes”, followed by n2 letters being either “H” (heads) or “T” (tails), showing one way (possibly among others) she put the coins. The output should be in the same order as the squares appear in the input. If Sally cannot win, just print “No”.nnSample Inputnn0 4n1 1n1 2n2 1n2 2n1 1n1 1n2 2nSample OutputnnYesnTnTnTnTnYesnT


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