Crypto Long & Short: Crypto Needs More Than VC Interest
Plus: Correcting misconceptions about institutional interest in crypto, and why Circle going public may bring greater regulatory clarity in the U.S. for stablecoins.
From questions surrounding Tether's USDT to Circle's plan to go public, here is your guide to why everyone is suddenly talking about stablecoins.
Stock tokens and stablecoins backed by securities might be treated as securities under U.S. law, SEC Chair Gary Gensler said.
Being able to use a simple username akin to a Twitter or Instagram handle may make sending crypto payments more like sending an email or a text.
Crypto's No. 2 stablecoin is backed mostly – 61% – by cash and cash equivalents. Here's what comprises the rest.
Mastercard will use the USDC stablecoin as a bridge asset for cardholders who want to pay for goods using cryptocurrencies.