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STASIS EURS  

#EURS

EURS Price:
$1.06
Volume:
$402.6 K
All Time High:
$2.63
Market Cap:
$13.0 M


Circulating Supply:
12,291,000
Exchanges:
3
Total Supply:
12,291,000
Markets:
8
Max Supply:
Pairs:
8



  EURS PRICE


The price of #EURS today is $1.06 USD.

The lowest EURS price for this period was $0, the highest was $1.06, and the current live price for one EURS coin is $1.05524.

The all-time high EURS coin price was $2.63.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of EURS with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.


  EURS OVERVIEW


The code for STASIS EURS crypto currency is #EURS.

STASIS EURS is 4.9 years old.


  EURS MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for STASIS EURS is $12,970,010.

STASIS EURS is ranked #506 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  EURS VOLUME


The trading volume is medium today for #EURS.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for STASIS EURS is $402,579.


  EURS SUPPLY


The circulating supply of EURS is 12,291,000 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.

A highlight of STASIS EURS is it's limited supply of coins, as this tends to support higher prices due to supply and demand in the market.


  EURS BLOCKCHAIN


EURS is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 1 other blockchain.

See list of the EURS Blockchain contracts with 2 different blockchains.


  EURS EXCHANGES


EURS is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

View #EURS trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #EURS purchase.


  EURS RESOURCES


Websitestasis.net
Twitterstasisnet
TelegramSTASIS


  EURS DEVELOPER NEWS



Month in Review — March 2023

Month in Review — March 2023 - Spring started well for the STASIS team Welcome to Month in Review, where the team behind STASIS and EURS shares our updates from the past month and some thoughts on key events and issues in the cryptocurrency and stablecoin space. The Month in Review is distributed each month, initially as a newsletter. You can sign up to receive it here. Transparency is the way to go As the Spring stormed our minds and hearts, March was certainly in favor of EURS. The main narrative of last month was undoubtedly the crypto volatility which brought even the strongest of stablecoin players to its knees. The tremendous unpegging of USDC and the crash of Silicon Valley bank sent ripples of fear across the TradFi and crypto markets. The fall from 1:1 to only 0,88 triggered many to forget weekend activities and start trading. As a result, USDC holders switched to EURS, choosing safety during depegging as indicated by data from Llama Airforce! The shock collapse of the SVB bank may have caused a stir in the markets; however, when it comes to the EURS stablecoin, it has had a positive impact as trading volumes have reached an all-time high. The hard work, time, and experience required to build the right setup paid off as we witnessed the confirmation of our innovative ideas. STASIS, the only euro stablecoin issuer with an ECB account, has rightfully won the trust of more users. People are really buying into ...




Introducing the safe infrastructure for corporate crypto settlements

Check our infographics presentation to understand how our setup of today can help you buidl tomorrow! Despite the over-a-decade-long history, the cryptocurrency industry still needs to overcome numerous roadblocks and infrastructure shortcomings. The rapid rise of the cryptocurrency industry in recent years has brought with it a host of exciting possibilities. Still, it has also exposed many infrastructure problems hindering its growth. From issues with scalability and security to concerns around regulatory compliance and adoption, a range of challenges must be addressed if cryptocurrencies are to realize their full potential. In this article, we will explore some of the key infrastructure problems facing the crypto industry and the steps being taken to address them. As the crypto industry continues to grow and gain mainstream adoption, addressing these infrastructure problems will be crucial for its long-term success. This time, we decided to visualize the main problems and solutions to make you better understand how the STASIS setup works. Check it, digest it, get inspired and let’s start working together! Now, let’s explore how distributed ledger technology can help make these issues go away. STASIS helps companies to navigate the efficiency of the blockchain. Regularly Joe doesn’t know a lot about banks. It’s about time to climb the learning curve! Are you aware of the risks associated with the fractional banking...




STASIS EURO Demystified

A Detailed Response to EURS Risk Assessment Points The importance of transparency in the crypto industry is crucial. This topic has been highlighted many times over the last year. With the ongoing collapse of once well-trusted digital asset solutions, many users lost money and confidence in stablecoin harbors. In such circumstances, users tend to get suspicious regarding any new upcoming project or even some battle-tested solutions. We decided to take another step forward and explain to our clientele how each part of the equation works to avoid any doubts, misleadings, or delusions that might be found regarding STASIS EURO in the constantly growing crypto realm, oversaturated with deceiving information and questionable research of all sorts. In this article, we will address the main points highlighted by the LlamaRisk research team in their latest risk assessment: the EURS regulatory approach, reassurance of EURS reserves, as well as existing security and governance structure. EURS is still number one Our clients and subscribers know that EURS is a blue-ribbon asset among stablecoins, originated in the heart of EU fintech production — Malta. STASIS-issued euro stablecoin was designed so that even in the worst-case scenario, holders get 99.99%. Over time, STASIS has become one of the largest non-USD stablecoin issuers, with EURS products reaching a whopping $6B+ of transferred value to date. STASIS is the only company w...




Month in Review — January/February 2023

Month in Review — January/February 2023 - A very productive start for the STASIS team Welcome to Month in Review, where the team behind STASIS and EURS shares our updates from the past month and some thoughts on key events and issues in the cryptocurrency and stablecoin space. The Month in Review is distributed each month, initially as a newsletter. You can sign up to receive it here. Welcoming Spring, saying goodbye to crypto winter? It’s the new season officially out there, folks! The welcoming refreshing breeze is just around the corner. The winter was turbulent, as it always is, and we might not be sure whether relief is coming to markets anytime soon. However, despite the market’s ups and downs, EURS growth is unstoppable. STASIS-issued stablecoin has made its way to a top 10 finance/banking coins by market capitalization list made by Coingecko! The advent of spring in the crypto markets is typically greeted with a palpable sense of enthusiasm and anticipation. This time of year has historically been marked by a surge in bullish sentiment, with cryptocurrencies experiencing notable price hikes and heightened trading activity. As the season brings warmer weather and longer days, investors and traders often feel emboldened to take risks and make bold moves. However, it is important to keep in mind that the cryptocurrency markets are notoriously volatile and unpredictable, and past performance is not always a ...




Stablecoin Digest #8/2023

Your guide into the summary of last week’s events in the crypto The crypto realm grows by leaps and bounds. Our weekly news bulletin is here to inform you of the most impactful of last week’s events. Read about the essential news and analytics of the stablecoin market, DeFi, NFTs, and the crypto regulation sector. Only a few days separate us from the seemingly warm waves of Spring, and a refreshing breeze that bears aspirations of a change in crypto seasons. While the market remained in nearly the same state, being unable to either pull forward or drop, the aspiration of people remained nearly the same. The last week of February continued an unfortunate trend of layoffs across the big industry players, as well as scam stories. Bitcoin, the blue-chip and digital gold of the crypto realm, continued to flirt with the $25,000 level, with the price falling below $24,000 last Friday. No reassurance of a local bull run was found in the altcoin market either, as all crypto assets from the TOP-10 on market cap closed a week in the red zone. The Bitcoin dominance index decreased to 40.2%. The total capitalization of the cryptocurrency market was around $1.11 trillion. The EURS stablecoin was feeling just alright despite the market conditions, and why shouldn’t it? STASIS issues the most transparent and reliable instrument for the digital asset journey. If you were merely browsing about it up to this point, it’s the right time...




Stablecoin Digest #7/2023

Your guide into the summary of last week’s events in the crypto The crypto realm grows by leaps and bounds. Our weekly news bulletin is here to inform you of the most impactful of last week’s events. Read about the essential news and analytics of the stablecoin market, DeFi, NFTs, and the crypto regulation sector. The winter might be heading toward the end, but cryptocurrency markets are still far from stability and signs of true recovery. The Bitcoin price tested the level of $25,000, and the total capitalization of the cryptocurrency market was around $1.18 trillion. The Bitcoin dominance index increased to 40.5%. More than that, WSJ reports that many banks around the world are distancing themselves from cryptocurrency-related activities due to regulatory pressures. Banks are worried about the risks associated with cryptocurrencies, such as fraud and money laundering, and they are increasingly unwilling to provide banking services to companies involved in the sector. Some banks have even closed the accounts of customers who trade cryptocurrencies, making it difficult for them to access the financial system. The regulatory crackdown on the crypto realm is likely to continue, which could make it even more challenging for individuals and businesses to use or invest in cryptocurrencies. The supervisory authorities express concern about such relationships after the infamous collapse of FTX. Due to the SEC campaign against p...




Another One Bites the Dust

How XDC-powered EURS withstands market turmoils, while others fall The stablecoin realm was envisioned as a place of stability for crypto adopters and a safe haven for traders. Inventing in Bitcoin, Ethereum, or other altcoins just wasn’t enough — providing a crypto version of the dollar, euro, and other world currencies was subsequently vital for the further development and easier interaction within the crypto ecosystems. Once stablecoin assets arrived on the market, users became calmer about their crypto investments, since it could almost instantly be transferred to non-volatile assets. As the industry grew by leaps and bounds and thousands of assets emerged later on, the stablecoin sector also grew in numbers. However, in the last five years, the downfall of stablecoin projects has become a gruesome tradition. The latest UST crash saga and BUSD FUD story once again remind us that one should be extremely cautious when choosing digital asset instruments. Brick by brick Stablecoins have been adopted by individuals and businesses to facilitate cross-border payments and other financial transactions, making payments instant and cheap. These assets allow one to receive payments in seconds, without the long processing times and high fees associated with intermediaries such as banks and credit card companies. Eventually, some of these assets have experienced significant price drops or even lost their peg to the underlying ...




Stablecoin Digest #6/2023

Your guide into the summary of last week’s events in the crypto The crypto realm grows by leaps and bounds. Our weekly news bulletin is here to inform you of the most impactful of last week’s events. Read about the essential news and analytics of the stablecoin market, DeFi, NFTs, and the crypto regulation sector. With each passing week, spring is coming. Will the bull trend start earlier? Last week’s end was all but green for most cryptocurrencies, and it looks like a new week is going to be red as a rose. First, the interview with the head of the Fed, Jerome Powell, in the Washington Economic Club was a definitive factor that triggered volatility in the crypto markets. After a short breakthrough of $23,000 on the night of February 8, Bitcoin began to get down. At the same time, Glassnode analysts noted a cyclic transition in the Bitcoin market, which occurred against a sharp change in total profits and losses ratio. Almost all digital assets from the TOP-10 on capitalization closed a week in the Red Zone, with the exception of the Polygon (Matic) token — it experienced a price increased by 2.5%. The total cryptocurrency market cap was dancing around the $1.07 trillion mark, with the bitcoin dominance index decreasing to 39.5%. The total volume of the transferred cost through the Bitcoin blockchain exceeded $103 trillion. One of the most controversial news came from never-ending FTX saga. The compensation of ...




EURS on XDC: redefining the standard for multichain stablecoin

Experience the stability of EUR with the versatility of XDC Crypto is all about driving growth through continuous improvement and unleashing potential through progress. A few years ago, it became evident that Ethereum, an underlying technology of most projects in the crypto universe, limits the current state of progress due to enormous fees and scalability issues. Interoperability stands for the ability of different blockchain networks to communicate and interact with one another. To push the boundaries of what’s possible, daring innovations are needed. Stablecoins are a crucial and growing aspect of the cryptocurrency ecosystems as they offer stability in otherwise volatile markets. While single-chain stablecoins have successfully provided stability, DeFi and cross-chain interoperability have increased the demand for multi-chain digital assets. Why should one worry if there are many alternative blockchains in existence? Indeed, the best option is not to rely on a single blockchain but to choose interoperability. Breaking through to new frontiers Multi-chain stablecoins offer several advantages over traditional single-chain digital assets, making them an essential part of the crypto landscape. The idea behind a stablecoin is to provide stability in a highly volatile market. Multi-chain solutions take this further by allowing users to transact on multiple blockchain networks. Let’s tackle this subject and take into accoun...




Stablecoin Digest #5/2023

Your guide into the summary of last week’s events in the crypto The crypto realm grows by leaps and bounds. Our weekly news bulletin is here to inform you of the most impactful last week’s events. Read about the essential news and analytics of the stablecoin market, DeFi, NFTs and the crypto regulation sector. February is on our doorstep, folks, and spring is even closer. The signs are recovery are still weak, with more indications of volatility rather than bullishness. Would that heat things up in the crypto market? The S&P 500 advanced to the highest rate since August, bolstered by the optimism triggering Meta’s massive gain. Bitcoin tested $24,000 only to experience a slowdown and drop afterward. The cumulative capitalization of the cryptocurrency market was $1.11 trillion, while the Bitcoin dominance index fell to 40.2%. Otherwise, the industry will take a long time to recover from the bear market. In January only, 2,806 people lost their jobs in the digital asset industry, according to a report by CoinGecko, while 84% of the layoffs came from cryptocurrency exchanges. Analysts cited declining trading volumes, and revenues as key reasons as exchanges Coinbase, Blockchain com, Crypto com, Luno, and Huobi have announced optimizations. Moreover, bad news will undoubtedly continue to arrive in March, as layoffs also affected Amazon, Google, Meta, PayPal, and other large companies. We at STASIS are proud to go thro...




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XRPL to Provide Tech Basis for at Least Six Stablecoins

    Stablecoins are among the core focus areas for applications on XRP Ledger. As of Q4, 2022, development teams in various regions across the globe are building stable cryptocurrencies using it as a technical platform. Stably, Stasis, Novatti, who else? Anonymous cryptocurrency expert who goes by @WKahneman on Twitter shares the digest of the most promising stablecoin project on XRP Ledger. Recently there have been a number of stablecoins announced on the #XRPL. Any others of note? Stably (USDS)https://t.co/if42mckwZw Stasis (EURS)https://t.co/xx6EXjkBpZ Xago (XUS)https://t.co/ow1X7Osi9I Palau (USD?)https://t.co/RvewlKBrcC Novatti (AUDC)https://t.co/Zd5kiqN0Ld — WrathofKahneman (@WKahneman) October 8, 2022 Most of them are not only using XRP Ledger for its software but are also actively collaborating with Ripple Inc. in engineering and marketing. For instance, Stably USD (USDS) is being developed by Seattle-based Web3 project Stably. As covered by U.Today previously, they decided to expand its product to XRPL in early September. Euro-pegged stablecoin EURS by Stasis can be unveiled in mainnet as soon as Q4, 2022, per the previous statements of its team and Ripple. XUS stablecoin by South African platform Xago is already on its way to XRP Ledger's mainnet. Palau rolls out its CBDC together with Ripple Besides that, XRPL-based products are building stablecoins with unusual assets. For instance, Germany-based Novatti Group Limited is going ... read More



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