Stablecoins are a type of digital asset designed to maintain a stable value, typically linked to a fiat currency or a commodity, and have found product market fit when it comes to transacting and accounting.
Stablecoins are now used in real-world instances; from cross-border payments to functioning as banking infrastructure for those without access, stablecoins are growing in popularity around the world.
Tether is a market-leading stablecoin issuer that launched the largest stablecoin by market capitalization, Tether USD, in 2014
USDC is a fully-reserved U.S. dollar-backed stablecoin, launched by industry pioneers Coinbase and Circle.
QCAD is the first non-U.S. dollar-backed stablecoin to be issued on Algorand, enabling a synthetic USD/CAD trading pair on the network.
Realio, a U.S. dollar-backed stablecoin called realioUSD (rUSD) is an asset tokenization platform that democratizes access to illiquid investments, such as real estate.
A cryptocurrency that is backed by the Turkish Lira and is transferable on the Algorand blockchain.
Leading issuer of transparent, interest-bearing, currency-backed stablecoins for the Internet of Money.
Monerium is the world's first company authorized to issue regulated e-money on blockchains.