Is it possible to recover Tether (USDT) that you’ve accidentally sent to a Bitcoin address?

Tether uses a protocol know as Omni which is based on Bitcoin and also uses the same address format. Thus it can be easy to confuse the two and send USDT to a Bitcoin address by accident.

Tether is available on many popular blockchains including the Binance Smart Chain, Ethereum and Tron. If you do send your USDT to a Bitcoin address successful recovery of your coins is often unlikely because different networks are involved. This is because different blockchains are involved and exchanges are often reluctant to get involved.

Here’s a potential solution though: If the transaction involves your own Bitcoin address, download the Omniwallet and import your private key. You’ll then be able to access your Tether.

You can download Omniwallet from

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