Circle, a startup payments company backed by Goldman Sachs, is set to launch a cryptocurrency with a value pegged to the U.S. dollar — similar to Tether (USDT) — after announcing a $110 million investment round dominated by cryptocurrency mining giant Bitmain.  A ‘Compliant Alternative’ to Tether Goldman Sach-backed fintech startup Circle has announced its plans to launch a cryptocurrency pegged to the U.S. dollar, following an incredibly lucrative investment round dominated by cryptocurrency mining
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