Stablecoin email series

Join our Stablecoin email series and learn everything there is to know about the World's new currency.

Cryptocurrencies have been in the limelight for almost a decade now, but considering the price fluctuations of the crypto market, digital currencies are still struggling to be widely adopted.

This infamous volatility of the crypto space has brought forth a new class of cryptocurrencies – Stablecoins. Undoubtedly, the emergence of Stablecoins has been one of the most significant events to occur in the crypto sphere. They go hand in hand with the publication of Altcoins or the launch of Bitcoin futures.

If you've been interacting with cryptocurrencies for any length of time, you may have come across the word Stablecoin. Perhaps, you are well-acquainted with the concept of Stablecoins and how they work.

Stablecoins mirror the value of fiat currency by holding enough reserves to back the supply. Simply put, the Stablecoin is a cryptocurrency that is pegged to an asset with a stable value such as the US dollar or gold.

Some of todays popular Stablecoins are Tether, Dai, PAX, and USDC. However, in this email series we will be analysing each an every stablecoin currently available. Comparing and contrasting each coin to help you choose a winner.


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Each week you will receive an email analysing stablecoins

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Insight to what you will receive…

Week 1 - Unveiling the Controversial Stable Coin: Tether

Week 2 - USDC - The Dollar Based Stable Currency

Week 3 - TrueUSD: Is The Ethereum Based Stablecoin Worth Investing

Week 4 - Why Gemini Dollar Is called : 'The Hybrid Cryptocurrency?’


Sample: Week 1

Unveiling the Controversial Stable Coin: Tether

Cryptocurrencies have been in the limelight for almost a decade now, but considering the price fluctuations of the crypto market, digital currencies are still struggling to be widely adopted. 
 
This infamous volatility of the crypto space has brought forth a new class of cryptocurrencies – stable coins. Undoubtedly, the emergence of stable coins has been one of the most significant events to occur in the crypto sphere. They go hand in hand with the publication of Altcoins or the launch of Bitcoin futures.
 
If you've been interacting with cryptocurrencies for any length of time, you must have come across the word stable coins. Perhaps, you are well-acquainted with the concept of stable coins and how they work.
 
Stable coins mirror the value of fiat currency by holding enough reserves to back the supply. Simply put, the stable coin is a cryptocurrency that is pegged to an asset with a stable value such as the US dollar or gold.      
 
Some of the stable coins are Tether, Dai, PAX, and USDC. However, in this article, we will be addressing the most popular stable coin – Tether. So, if you want to know more about this intriguing coin, continue reading for widely known yet inconspicuous facts.

What Is Tether?
Tether, commonly known as USDT, is the first and most popular stable coin. This unique cryptocurrency aims to represent a digital cryptographic value equivalent to the US dollar.

Each tether token is supposed to be “tethered” to one USD and therefore offer a stable spot for traders to store their money when exiting a trade in ETH, BTC or other paired cryptocurrencies.

With features such as a decentralized form of processing and data storage, Tether token is very much a cryptocurrency. What makes it different from cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum is…