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Centre Bans USDC Addresses After Tornado Sanctions
Investors Eye Decentralized Stablecoins as Consortium Bars 38 Addresses
IntoTheBlock: Stablecoin Yields Reveal the Inner Workings of DeFi
Stablecoin Yields Mirror Speculative and Deleveraging Cycles
U.K. Government Takes Step on Making Stablecoins a Form of Payment
U.K. Chancellor Introduces Bill To Govern Pegged Tokens
Aave Bucks Stablecoin Fear with Proposed New Token
The GHO stablecoin would be minted by borrowing against assets locked as collateral on Aave.
USDC Issuer Circle Announces Euro-Backed Stablecoin
Circle, the issuer of USDC, will launch a new stablecoin pegged to the euro, the company announced Thursday.
Uh-oh! Tron’s Stablecoin USDD Slips its Peg as TRX Tumbles
More Trouble is Brewing in Stablecoin Market
Sweeping Bipartisan Bill Aims For Across-the-Board Regulation of Crypto
Legislation Would Define Key Role for CFTC in Crypto Oversight
Ethereum Founder Vitalik Buterin Defends Algo-Stables
Ethereum inventor Vitalik Buterin said that algorithmic stablecoins should be scrutinized according to how they fare under extreme market conditions, and whether they can safely wind down when hype falls away. Despite the recent collapse of UST and LUNA, which knocked UST from its $1 peg and wiped billions from the market, Buterin argued in …
Stablecoins In Regulators’ Crosshairs After Terra Collapse
Regulators around the world are turning their attention to stablecoins after UST’s collapse.
FTX Launches US Equities Trading with Stablecoins as a Funding Option
FTX now operates the first stock trading platform that allows users to fund their accounts with fiat-backed stablecoins like USDC.
Frax Founder Pins $25B Stablecoin Supply Drop on Fed Rate Hikes
The market capitalization of dollar-pegged stablecoins has dropped by $25B in the wake of Terra’s collapse.
UK Proposes Regulations That Would Recognize Stablecoins As A Form Of Payment
“Legislation to regulate stablecoins, where used as a means of payment, will be part of the Financial Services and Markets Bill which was announced in the Queen’s Speech,” a spokesman for Her Majesty’s Treasury told The Telegraph.