stablecoins

Optimism fading? Regulatory discussion on stablecoins postponed until Fall

Among a rich range of anxieties both for the crypto industry and the global economy at large, the summer of 2022 will be remembered as the time when the stablecoins proved themselves to be not so stable and thus came into the focus of regulators’ attention.  The shock of the TerraUSD (UST) depegging in May …

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Built to fall? As the CBDC sun rises, stablecoins may catch a shadow

There’s a ferment brewing with regard to central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), and most people really don’t know what to expect. Varied effects seem to be bubbling up in different parts of the world.  Consider: China’s e-CNY has already been used by 200 million-plus of its citizens and a full rollout could happen as early …

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Chilenos recurren a stablecoins para proteger sus ingresos en medio de una crisis económica

Buda.com, uno de los primeros exchanges en lanzarse en Chile, en 2015, también ha registrado un creciente interés por las stablecoins. La dominancia de las criptomonedas estables en su plataforma subió de 11% en junio a 20% en julio. USDC, que fue agregada a la plataforma hace menos de un año, es la tercera criptomoneda …

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Why DeFi Giants Aave, Curve May Want Their Own Stablecoins

Stablecoins are also unmistakably one of crypto’s most important innovations and historically one of its fastest growing sub-economies. Today, there’s over $150 billion worth of stablecoins in circulation, according to data provider CoinGecko. Two dollar-pegged assets from competing centralized companies/consortia, tether and USDC, account for over two-thirds of that market. Source link

Senador republicano de EE. UU. busca apoyo bipartidista para la regulación de stablecoins

El senador Pat Toomey, republicano de mayor rango dentro del Comité Bancario del Senado de EE. UU., mantiene conversaciones con demócratas para que su proyecto de ley de supervisión sobre las stablecoins se convierta en un esfuerzo bipartidista. El presidente demócrata del comité, Sherrod Brown, confirmó el jueves que ha formado parte de las discusiones. …

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