The stable coins, at the beginning phase, have profoundly been a product that was swiftly designed and developed to answer the demand for digital asset trading, as well as to solve the controversies surrounding fiat trading regulations.
Of late, the interests in the trends of tokenization and stable coins are intensified as more and more.
Amid the fundamental developments, we witnessed few cases where companies like, Coinsquare, which is one of Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges, announced the launch of a new CAD-pegged stablecoin, eCAD.
While Binance has apparently announced their testing of a stablecoin pegged to British pound on its native blockchain, Binance Chain on June 3rd.
Very recently, Bitcoinist reportedly interviewed Jeremy Dahan who is the CEO of diamDEXX about the role of blockchain in the future of finance and how asset-backed tokens could make crypto more practical for everyday use.
In yet another case, facebook is also in the race, there is news that their stable coin would be made compatible with WhatsApp predominantly for the purpose of payments and transfers. While the price of a stable coin is to be pegged by the US dollar, euro, and other major national currencies stored in Facebook bank accounts.
Well, overall, stable-coins can foresee by addressing many of the shortcomings in today’s cryptocurrency ecosystem, they have had their own share of problems. This is something that major cryptocurrency-exchanges are working to resolve by backing their token with underlying assets and offering convertibility with real assets.
We could foresee the prospects of stable coins, when all countries could be clear and liberal in their regulations, with that said, IBM likely to render alternative and efficient settlement methods.