Waves founder Sasha Ivanov said he wants to release another stablecoinOn announcing plans to stabilize Neutrino USD (USDN).
Ivanov announced on Twitter, “Two things: – I will launch a new stable coin – Before that a $USDN position resolution plan will be launched.” Ivanov clarified that no further details about the new coin would be given until the USDN resolution plan begins. However, he commented that new stablecoins would be “inevitable”.
USDN loses peg
made by ivanov announcement After the recent digging of USDN. The algorithmic stablecoin has struggled to maintain its peg to the US dollar over the past few months.
After a brief decline in April and May, USDN managed to maintain its value until the end of the summer. However, it experienced slightly longer volatility starting in August and continuing into September. After recovering in October, it fell again in November, and subsequent events have seen this. fall forward,
On December 8, South Korean exchange Upbit took note of this prolonged decline, issuing an investment alert regarding the stablecoin. “Upbit is monitoring the price trend and believes there is a risk of unexpected investor losses due to WAVES price volatilityThe Exchange said in its announcement, This later caused USDN to drop further, currently trading below $0.60
Waves Ecosystem Alternatives
USDN is the stablecoin of the Waves blockchain, and is backed by the ecosystem’s native token Waves. To further mine USDN, users must stake their WAVES in Neutrino, an algorithmic, multi-asset protocol based on Waves. Users can later redeem their WAVES tokens by taking USDN out of circulation.
Ivanov clarified that the new stablecoin is not being launched in anticipation of the collapse of the Waves ecosystem. “It’s just time to create a protocol that adapts to the current market conditions,” Ivanov said. Said, “It would be easier to stabilize the USDN first and launch the new protocol later.”
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