Stablecoins and the World Post-War

    Stable cryptocoins pegged to fiat currencies have long been justly criticized “on both sides” – both by adherents of “traditional” crypto and devout opponents of cryptocurrencies. But the rapid changes to the economic reality have turned stablecoins into the most highly sought-after financial tool. The amount of USDT issued on the TRON network has recently…

    Tether: an unforeseen trouble

    Bloomberg has published a huge article going into the activities of the USDT stablecoin issuer. It once again accuses the Tether company assets of being unreliable. In particular, journalists found Chinese companies’ bonds in Tether reserves. A month ago, when everyone started talking about the possible bankruptcy of the Chinese mega-developer Evergrande, several Telegram channels…

    7 Stablecoin alternatives to Tether

    There’s Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and Litecoin, whose prices are dependent on the volatile cryptocurrency market. And then there’s Tether (USDT), whose price will never float too far away from $1. While this stablecoin is the most popular in the world, it isn’t the only option, writes Jie Yee Ong on MakeUseOf. So, read on to…

    Controversial issue of stablecoins

    Stablecoins are cryptocurrencies pegged to traditional currencies in order to prevent volatility, and the financial authorities all over the globe have mixed feelings about them. On the one hand, these are still cryptocurrencies, and therefore are fraught with potential danger. On the other hand, they seem to confirm the authority of fiat currencies, so prohibiting…