A bullish ETH market appears to be increasing the number of large collateralized debt positions on MakerDAO.
Goldman Sachs may ultimately take part in the crypto disruption of finance with its own stablecoin, according to CEO David Solomon.
Circle and Coinbase are a launching a bold effort to make money as easy to move around the world as internet data and content.
A Facebook executive has told a German magazine that the firm’s planned stablecoin will be tied to a basket of fiat currencies.
Binance, the top crypto exchange by adjusted trading volume, has told Bloomberg it will issue its own stablecoins, likely within weeks.
Crypto-wallet powerhouse Blockchain is adding a dollar-pegged stablecoin to attract more users.
The most popular decentralized finance application on ethereum, MakerDAO, was built to keep a stablecoin’s price stable. Under the hood, it’s quite complex, featuring two separate tokens, a lending system and even a voting process. Here’s how it works
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After nearly two weeks of continuous voting, MakerDAO token holders have officially activated a decrease to DAI stablecoin fees.
Coinbase will now let its retail customers buy or trade the DAI stablecoin, so long as they don’t live in New York.
SIX, the Swiss national stock exchange group, is working on creating its own stablecoin pegged to the Swiss franc.
A decrease to fees on stablecoin DAI failed to activate over the weekend due to a lack of voter turnout.
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 stablecoin in order to address high market demand for DAI.
Coinbase is expanding crypto-to-crypto trading in USD Coin, a dollar-pegged stablecoin, to a host of nations.
Paxos is doubling down on a traditional approach to crypto custody and enabling instant stablecoin redemptions.
Recent events involving Binance, Bitfinex and Tether suggest there’s potential for “catastrophic, systemic risk in crypto,” Dan Cawrey argues.
With the DAI stability fee rising nearly 40-fold in three months, early borrowers are feeling the pinch.
Prominent crypto researcher Christian Catalini is helping Facebook with its stablecoin efforts, two sources with knowledge of the situation tell CoinDesk.
Facebook is said to be in talks with firms, including Visa and Mastercard, to support and fund its planned fiat-backed cryptocurrency.
The MakerDAO lending platform will be increasing fees by 3 percent in an effort to retract stablecoin DAI supply and push token prices up to dollar valuation.