The Overton Window Opens for a Digital Dollar
As the federal government looks for ways to distribute coronavirus aid, support for a digital dollar is gaining steam in Washington D.C.
Zero or negative interest rates will force stablecoins to look at their fee structures and cut costs. Only the fittest will survive, says our columnist.
Tether CTO Paolo Ardoino believes the USDT stablecoin can boost the decentralized finance ecosystem.
Coinbase has put $1.1 million in USDC into the pools powering two of the more popular DeFi applications on Ethereum: Uniswap and PoolTogether.
With investors seeking safety in dollars, stablecoins have seen inflows of more than $2 billion since the crash. But, says our columnist Hasu, zero interest rates threaten business revenue.
How do DeFi stablecoins actually work and what happened during the sudden, precipitous drop in crypto prices earlier this month? On today's show Andreas M. Antonopoulos leads us through a very interesting system and how it survived 'Black Thursday'.