Tether Customers

DashArgos programmatically and automatically tags and ranks Tether's customers according to the following criteria:

  • USDT Customer Number (e.g. 5th USDT Customer)

  • by USDT Minted (amount)

  • Minter

  • by # of Mints

USDT Customer

"USDT Customer" ranks the canonical sequence an address is recorded as a Tether customer. A static ranking which does not change over time, USDT Customer is labeled in the following format:

  • [rank] USDT Customer

E.g. An address that is the 10th USDT Customer will be labeled:

10th USDT Customer

The "Label" indicates the address was a very early USDT customer, and when combined with other "Labels" can provide more information on the user of the address.

by USDT Minted (amount)

"by USDT Minted (amount)" is a dynamic ranking and constantly changes. The ranking is accurate for that instance a query is made and is labeled in the following format:

  • #[ranking] by USDT Minted ($XXmm); or

  • #[ranking] by USDT Minted ($XXbn)

with "mm" indicating millions, and "bn" indicating billions.

E.g. An address that is currently the 10th largest minter of USDT with $24 million minted will be labeled:

#10 by USDT Minted ($24mm) 

E.g. An address may currently be the 10th largest minter of USDT, but will no longer receive this ranking if it is surpassed by another larger minter, and as such, this ranking is dynamic.

Minter

"Minter" is a static ranking and provides information about whether an address is an early minter of USDT. The ranking for "Minter" does not change over time and is labeled in the following format:

  • [ranking] Minter

E.g. An address that was the 10th minter of USDT of all time will be labeled:

10th Minter 

E.g. An address which is the 10th "Minter" of USDT provides some information on the nature of that address. For example, it could suggest the address was an insider, part of the founding team, closely associated with Tether, a market maker, etc.

by # of Mints

"by # of Mints" is a dynamic ranking and constantly changes. The ranking is accurate for that instance a query is made and is labeled in the following format:

  • [token symbol] #[ranking] lifetime received

E.g. An address may currently be the 10th largest lifetime receiver of a specific token, but will no longer receive this ranking it is surpassed by another larger receiver, and as such, this ranking is dynamic.

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