Algorithmic stablecoins are hot right now. But investors like Mark Cuban have lost money, and warn about their risks.
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When was the last time you paid for a purchase with paper currency or a cheque? Like so many other things, the future of money is digital.
The UK Treasury has become the latest government agency to announce plans to regulate stablecoins, which are digital currencies designed to link to traditional and stabler currencies and commodities.
Finance professionals are becoming increasingly skeptical of algorithmic stablecoins as they surge in popularity. “The Hash” group discusses the systemic risk of these unbacked assets, referencing failed projects like Iron Finance.
Bitcoin (BTC) holds no fear for the world’s government. It is not anonymous, it is very traceable, it gets seized all the time and hardly any bad guys use it for nefarious purposes.
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Why are interest rates on dollar-pegged stablecoins so much higher than interest rates on actual dollars?
The research division of Bloomberg believes that the market for algorithmic stable cryptocurrencies is growing faster than traditional stablecoins.
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