How exactly does DAI maintain the Dollar peg when the price of DAI persistently trades at a discount to its pegged price of $1?
PAXOS announced plans to launch a gold-pegged token later this year, making it the first US-based company to tokenize gold on the blockchain.
Our 3rd piece on the exciting area of decentralized finance takes a deeper look at crypto loans.
How exactly does DAI maintain the dollar peg? A great intersection of finance and code.
Speculation has been rife around Facebook’s plans to a digital currency for p2p transfers, and India could be the first country in which the project could kickoff..
ForDeX has been awarded an ecosystem acceleration grant from the 0x Project (ZeroEx Intl.)!
JP Morgan has launched a centralized (private blockchain) stablecoin called JPM coin for faster money transfer services for its clients.
There are very few projects that have managed to consistently execute on their product roadmaps after all the hype and hoopla of the 2017-18 ICO boom. MakerDAO is definitely one of them.
ForDeX features a crypto-powered remittance engine that offers fast transaction confirmations in a low-cost manner.
The increasingly growing number of stablecoin projects and the price guarantee that stablecoins are expected to provide is creating multiple kinds of price arbitrage opportunities.
ZPX is proud to launch ForDeX, the World’s first stablecoin exchange powered by 0x.
A detailed exploration of how one might use the DAI, a decentralized, crypto-collateralized stablecoin, to gain leverage exposure to ETH.
The world’s first stablecoin-focused relayer
Looks like the experimentation with CBDCs is moving faster than we anticipated it would.
The current landscape of stablecoins mirrors the pre-Ethereum era of cryptocurrencies, where virtually every currency back then was a Bitcoin clone.
An increasing number of countries are experimenting with the concept of state-backed cryptocurrencies or CBDCs. Latest to join the CBDC bandwagon: Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
DAI’s operational model looks well-tested as it has so far managed to survive the steep fall of ETH prices that commenced in 2018.
Cut off from the outside world, some countries have to rely on developing their own cryptocurrencies.
Continuing with our topic du jour of stablecoins, we had mentioned that collateralized stablecoin providers will have to jump through hoops to close the loop with the traditional banks on the fiat side.
How would one even go about creating an INR base coin?