Don't feed the banks


Tether is a stablecoin, backed by US dollars and other assets held by the issuing company, Tether. As a stablecoin, USDT can be transferred freely on the blockchain, quickly and for low fees, between users anywhere in the world. However, unlike cryptocurrencies, its price remains stable as it is pegged to the dollar and can ultimately be redeemed against for the assets held in reserve.

More trading pairs
Crypto is better than bills

What is USDT?

USDT exists on several blockchains, but the majority of tokens are hosted on Ethereum. USDT has become the largest and most popular stablecoin by total supply, and a very large number of cryptocurrencies trade against it. Tether acts as a proxy or alternative to fiat money for many users in the crypto world, since they can store and transfer value while keeping it on the blockchain, and avoid being exposed to the risks and complexities of holding funds on an exchange. USDT can also be used with decentralised exchanges, which cannot integrate fiat deposits directly.

0.744100 USDT = 1 AUD

USDT USDTAUD Australian Dollar
0.01 USDT0.0134 AUD
0.1 USDT0.1344 AUD
1 USDT1.3439 AUD
2 USDT2.6878 AUD
3 USDT4.0317 AUD
5 USDT6.7195 AUD
10 USDT13.4391 AUD
20 USDT26.8781 AUD
50 USDT67.1953 AUD
100 USDT134.3905 AUD
1000 USDT1343.9054 AUD