Browsing the "Stablecoins" Tag

Coinbase Opens DAI Stablecoin Trading to Retail Customers

| Nikhilesh De

Coinbase will now let its retail customers buy or trade the DAI stablecoin, so long as they don't live in New York.

Switzerland’s SIX Stock Exchange Is Working on a Swiss Franc Stablecoin

| Ian Allison

SIX, the Swiss national stock exchange group, is working on creating its own stablecoin pegged to the Swiss franc.

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MakerDAO Fee Decrease Stalls Amid Decline in Token Holder Voting Turnout

| Christine Kim

A decrease to fees on stablecoin DAI failed to activate over the weekend due to a lack of voter turnout.

MakerDAO Votes to Decrease Stablecoin Fees for First Time in 5 Months

| Christine Kim

Dollar-backed stablecoin DAI is trading above a dollar for the first time in a long-time. MakerDAO token holders have voted to decrease fees on the…

Coinbase Rolls Out Trading in USDC Stablecoin to 85 Countries

| Daniel Palmer

Coinbase is expanding crypto-to-crypto trading in USD Coin, a dollar-pegged stablecoin, to a host of nations.

PAX Streamlines Redemptions in Battle for Stablecoin Market Share

| Leigh Cuen

Paxos is doubling down on a traditional approach to crypto custody and enabling instant stablecoin redemptions.

Binance, Bitfinex and Tether: What’s the Worst That Can Happen?

| Daniel Cawrey

Recent events involving Binance, Bitfinex and Tether suggest there's potential for "catastrophic, systemic risk in crypto," Dan Cawrey argues.

‘A Loan Shark Situation’: MakerDAO Is Leaving Crypto Borrowers With Rising Bills

| Brady Dale

With the DAI stability fee rising nearly 40-fold in three months, early borrowers are feeling the pinch.

MIT’s Christian Catalini Said to Be Working on Facebook’s Cryptocurrency

| Brady Dale

Prominent crypto researcher Christian Catalini is helping Facebook with its stablecoin efforts, two sources with knowledge of the situation tell…

Facebook in Talks to Build Ecosystem for Planned Stablecoin: WSJ

| Yogita Khatri

Facebook is said to be in talks with firms, including Visa and Mastercard, to support and fund its planned fiat-backed cryptocurrency.