DeFi and Derivatives Lead to 388% Increase in Stablecoin Sales in 2021

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According to data compiled by the Bank of China, the "stable gains" of the US dollar are expected to increase at a rapid rate of 388% in 2021. In the "2022 Digital Asset Prospect" report, he pointed out that the total assets of " stablecoins' has grown from $ 29 billion at the start of 2021 to over $ 140 billion. These models have benefited greatly from “stablecoins” represented by Tether (USDT) and USD Coins (USDC), the latter being administered by affiliates including Circle and Coinbase.


Many factors lead to an increase in the supply of "stablecoins". For cryptocurrency companies, this type of stable currency has been seen as a long-term response to changes in various cryptocurrency markets.

In 2021, retailers will integrate stablecoins into decentralized financial systems (DeFi) to maximize revenue with the growth of derivatives markets.

Paolo Ardoino of Tether notes that in most derivative events the futures contracts are in a "stable currency". At the same time, the Research Institute noted that the market will be under more scrutiny in 2021.

Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire predicts that 2022 will be the year of the transition to "stablecoin". As more and more schools and individuals want to hold 'stablecoins', this should create a demand for these jobs around the world.

Finally, in addition to the need for central financial services (CeFi) and financial services (DeFi), the application of “stable coins” has spread elsewhere.


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