The three largest stablecoins represent a combined capitalization of $60 billion.
Polkadot’s network utility is about to experience a significant boost.
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Global payments giant Visa today announced it would allow the settlement of cryptocurrencies on its network, as per a report on Reuters.
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The Chinese government is hoping to maximize the privacy settings on the upcoming digital yuan, the state’s native Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC), a report on local publication SCMP said Monday.
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Polkadot has been rapidly growing from a niche blockchain project to one of the richest DeFi networks that have real potential to compete with Ethereum.
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One of DeFi’s strangest experiments continues to push the envelope in both governance and architecture.
Prelude – zkChannels – a layer 2 scaling solution from Bolt Labs building on Tezos, will enable private transactions for USDtz and the whole StableTez token family.
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MasterCard will allow its almost one billion users to spend cryptocurrencies at more 30 million merchants, although it hasn’t specified which coins will be supported.
Fintech company Stably has launched USDS, its USD-backed stablecoin that had previously been issued on Ethereum, on the Tezos blockchain, according to an announcement shared with CryptoSlate today.
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USD stablecoins are created largely outside the dollar system and lack federal deposit guarantees. Investors should be careful.