Digital Euro Association Blog / Stablecoins

Stablecoin regulation in the United States

Several regulatory or enforcement measures linked to organizations engaged in stablecoin activities such as issuance, custodial services have been pursued by the US banking agencies, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), US Treasury, and the Commodity Futures Trading Commissio …

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How do stablecoins maintain stability?

Stablecoins are tied to fiat currencies to make them less susceptible to price volatility and maintain their pricing stable. A computer algorithm is also used by certain stablecoins to keep their value relatively stable. As stablecoins do not require leverage to produce liquidity, the …

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Stablecoins reserves must be 100% central bank money

Regulation of new digital currencies and new payment services will take time. But regulators should now outline the core elements of regulation so that private initiative can design its commercial projects without harming public interests.

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Novi is the new Facebook Pay

I started writing about the disruption that blockchain and crypto assets would bring when Facebook first announced the intention to launch Libra in 2019 with a consortium of 28 companies to develop its distribution ecosystem. A lot has happened since then and at no point has Facebook …

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