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True USD  

#TUSD

TUSD Price:
$1.01
Volume:
$51.7 M
All Time High:
$1.33
Market Cap:
$0.6 B


Circulating Supply:
550,812,767
Exchanges:
25
Total Supply:
550,812,767
Markets:
54
Max Supply:
Pairs:
68



  TUSD PRICE


The price of #TUSD today is $1.01 USD.

The lowest TUSD price for this period was $0, the highest was $1.008, and the current live price for one TUSD coin is $1.00835.

The all-time high TUSD coin price was $1.33.

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


  TUSD OVERVIEW


The code for True USD is #TUSD.

True USD is 4.6 years old.


  TUSD MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for True USD is $555,409,936.

True USD is ranked #70 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  TUSD VOLUME


The trading volume is large today for #TUSD.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for True USD is $51,680,955.


  TUSD SUPPLY


The circulating supply of TUSD is 550,812,767 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.


  TUSD EXCHANGES


TUSD is well integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 25 crypto exchanges.

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


  TUSD RESOURCES


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  TUSD DEVELOPER NEWS



TUSD LP Pool Goes Live on Optimism-Based AMM Velodrome and Offers $TUSD Bribes

TrueUSD launched a TUSD-USDC LP pool on Velodrome on September 20, 2022. It plans to incentivize veVELO holders to vote for the pool by offering TUSD rewards and thus increase the yields for the pool’s liquidity providers (LPs). — Why did TrueUSD choose Velodrome? What does Velodrome offer?. — Velodrome is an automated market maker (AMM) native to the Optimism blockchain. With a TVL of $76.53 million[2] , it ranks top among all decentralized exchanges (DEXs) on Optimism. It allows users to exchange digital assets at an affordable cost with low slippage. Compared with its competitors, Velodrome offers more comprehensive functionality that draws on the strengths of Curve, Solidly, and Votium. veVELO holders vote to decide which LP pools receive VELO rewards, while projects on Velodrome are encouraged to attract votes with additional incentives to improve their liquidity and yield rates.(Data source: DeFiLlama, September 20, 2022) — What are the advantages of projects on Optimism over those on Ethereum?. — As a dominant layer 2 scaling protocol for Ethereum, Optimism covers all spheres of the crypto ecosystem, including the cross-chain bridge, DAO, DeFi protocol, and NFT. On top of its impressive compatibility with Ethereum, performance, and cost efficiency, Optimism gives away a large amount of OP rewards to incentivize projects and users to contribute to its ecosystem. As of now, it hosts a myriad of established projects, including Aave, Synthetix, and Uniswap, as well as promising native projects such as Velodrome, Pika Protocol, and Rubicon.(Data source: DeFiLlama, September 20, 2022) — What will this campaign bring to TrueUSD? What are the focuses of TrueUSD in the future?. — The launch of the TUSD LP pool and the incentive campaign will present TUSD holders with more use cases and higher APYs. It is foreseeable that the pool’s depth will see a sharp increase in the short term, channeling more TUSD liquidity from the expensive Ethereum chain to Optimism. In the long term, it will also serve as the bedrock for future in-depth collaboration between TrueUSD and more popular Optimism-based DeFi protocols. TUSD will surely become a major player in the Optimism ecosystem. As the world’s most transparent, fully collateralized U.S. dollar-pegged stablecoin with live on-chain attestations, TrueUSD has long been committed to expanding its multi-chain deployment to inject more transparency and stability into different ecosystems. We have been keeping a close eye on popular ecosystems, emerging platforms, and new, promising potential partners, despite the current quiet DeFi market, to prepare for the next crypto investment frenzy. Meanwhile, TUSD has maintained sustained growth, aiming to provide the best solution and yields in the industry for our holders while ensuring transparency and security. — About TUSD. — TrueUSD is the first digital asset attested live on-chain by an independent third-party institution and pegged at 1:1 to the U.S. dollar. So far, it has been listed on more than 100 trading platforms such as Binance, Huobi, and Poloniex, and has been deployed on 12 major public chains including Ethereum, TRON, Avalanche, BNB Chain, Fantom, and Polygon. It is audited real-time by Armanino, the largest U.S.-based accounting firm, to ensure the 1:1 ratio of USD reserves to circulating token supply and the 100% collateral rate. Users can access the publicly available audit results via the official website tusd.io at any time. 👇Contact Us👇 Website | Twitter | Medium | Discord | Telegram | YouTube | Instagr




What Can Audit Firms and Audit Reports of Mainstream Stablecoins Reveal to Us?

Truly Design Banner by TUSD. The market cap of stablecoins exceeded $153.27 billion as of September 8. Without a doubt, stablecoins have become an important part of the cryptocurrency market. Such tokens maintain a stable value against one or more currencies or other assets, including crypto assets, through different means. They have been a valuable tool for many investors in the crypto world. However, the collapse of UST and other algorithmic stablecoins and the brief de-pegging of USDT, a USD-pegged stablecoin, has made the public realize that some stablecoins may not be safe at all. Meanwhile, the current market downturn has forced investors to transfer their assets to stablecoins that act as value storage. The search for a safe, reliable stablecoin has become the top priority for everyone now. So, how can we best protect the safety of our assets until the next chance emerges? Indeed, dollar-backed stablecoins may be the most likely Holy Grail. It is claimed that every token of such stablecoins is backed by the equivalent US dollar, with independent auditing to improve their transparency and credibility. Who are the auditors behind the mainstream stablecoins? What information can an audit report reveal? Truly is here to help you find out the answer today. — What role does an audit report play? What information does it reveal?. — Auditing is an assurance service that verifies the accuracy of financial statements, reporting the accuracy and completeness of financial information as much as possible to the public. An audit report is a document prepared by a third-party audit firm to ensure a stablecoin has the value that the token claims to have, so that the safety and transparency of the stablecoin can be assured to avoid de-pegging or insolvency. There is no universal standard for the time interval or contents of the audit report: such factors vary among different projects and different audit firms. For every USD-pegged stablecoin, in particular, the generation of any token has to be backed by assets of the equivalent value. Any failure to testify the existence of such assets will raise question marks among investors who have purchased or minted the tokens. Such a situation will weaken investors’ confidence in the stablecoin, thus reducing its rate of adoption in the market. Therefore, it is vital to provide an independent audit for any stablecoin. — Who are the auditors behind the mainstream USD-pegged stablecoins?. — — TUSD. — The audit firm for TUSD is Armanino, one of the largest accounting firms in the US. The firm provides 24/7 real-time audit reports for TUSD, with details including the balances held in various bank accounts and tokens issued on different chains. You can check the tusd.io website for the full report. Meanwhile, TUSD is in partnership with Chainlink, the leading provider of decentralized oracle solutions, in a bid to upgrade the current real-time auditing to one traceable on-chain. TUSD has introduced its Proof of Reserve & Supply reference contracts and live attestations to extend its unparalleled openness and transparency to on-chain environments. To put it simply, Armanino audits data in real time and generates individual reports that are reviewed manually to secure the data’s credibility and transparency. And based on that, Armanino makes that data available to the Chainlink oracle network via an API endpoint. If the account balance has changed beyond a predetermined deviation, the Chainlink network will broadcast an update to the reference contract on the blockchain, where it can be easily read by a smart contract. If the TUSD Proof of Reserve contract reports that the USD fiat reserves are insufficient to back the TUSD circulating supply, circuit breakers will be triggered to suspend transactions and protect users’ assets.Downloadable real-time audit reports from TUSD’s website. — USDT. — According to The Block, stablecoin issuer Tether announced on 15 August that it had appointed BDO Italia, the Italian arm of BDO, the world’s fifth-largest accounting firm, to issue assurance and attestation reports of its reserves. Their partnership means Tether no longer works with the two Caymanian accounting firms, Moore Cayman and MHA Cayman. Tether began working with BDO Italia in July for its quarterly attestations, it said, adding that it planned to move towards monthly attestations. Tether also aims to achieve “a complete audit” in the future. Given that the USDT audit has always been criticized for the lack of transparency, this new cooperation will hopefully provide a better example for the stablecoin market.USDT audit report issued on 30 June — USDC. — USDC has been issuing monthly audit reports since October 2018, prepared by Grant Thorton, the sixth-largest accounting firm in the US. The reports list the up-to-date total balance of U.S. dollar-denominated assets in segregated accounts held by the USDC reserve and other details. According to the report issued on 31 July 2022, the dollar-nominated assets of stablecoin USDC reserve mainly consisted of U.S. Treasury securities, with a small number of cash deposits. — BUSD. — Stablecoin BUSD has been issuing monthly audit reports provided by the US accounting firm Withum since September 2019. Unlike those of USDC and USDT, the audit reports of BUSD only list the total balance of U.S. dollar-denominated assets held by the BUSD reserve without any further details. BUSD audit report issued on 29 July In a nutshell, the audit reports of these four USD-pegged stablecoins vary in their contents. Although such reports have no uniform standards yet, they still play a significant role in the trading and circulation of USD-pegged stablecoins in the crypto market. Their timely release is essential to the growth of the stablecoin market and ensures a healthy and transparent stablecoin asset. It is believed that as the value of USD-backed stablecoins increases, the contents of their audit reports will gradually improve to bring peace of mind to their users. 👇 Find us on 👇 @tusd.io | Linktree What Can Audit Firms and Audit Reports of Mainstream Stablecoins Reveal to Us? was originally published in Truly Crypto 101 on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




TUSD Monthly Report: August 2022

TUSD market cap: 1,086,159,071 Ethereum: 744,837,976 TRON: 327,388,580 BNB Chain: 113,000,000 Fantom: 1,635,632 Polygon: 7,871,179 Avalanche Protocol: 3,771,315 Cronos: 31,001,000 (Data as of September 1) — DeFi. — 1. On August 1, Orion Protocol added the cross-chain feature for TUSD, supporting fast and cheap cross-chain transfers of TUSD between Ethereum and BNB. 2. On August 8, TUSD launched phase 2 of its prize pool on Votium, encouraging vlCVX holders to vote for the TUSD-3CRV pool. 3. On August 8, TUSD added the TUSDFRAXBP prize pool on Votium, encouraging vlCVX holders to vote for the pool. 4. On August 11, Venus Protocol tweeted that TUSD’s borrowing interest rate on the protocol was only -0.83%, the lowest among all major stablecoins. 5. On August 12, the total TVL of TUSD-related pools on Curve (Ethereum) exceeded $100 million. 6. On August 15, the cryptocurrency payment gateway NOWPayments released a tutorial to support companies paying in TUSD. 7. On August 17, TUSD’s TVL on the decentralized lending protocol Venus exceeded $15 million, with a borrowing interest rate of -1.04%. 8. On August 22, TUSD launched phase 3 of its prize pool on Votium, encouraging vlCVX holders to vote for the TUSD-3CRV pool. Given the top ranking of the TUSD prize pool in this round of Votium voting, another 20,000 TUSD rewards will be distributed, with the total rewards hitting 100,000 TUSD. 9. On August 25, the TUSD+DYST dual token rewards were enabled for the TUSD-USDC pool on Dystopia (Polygon). 10. On August 25, TrueUSD went live on Cone, the decentralized exchange on the BNB chain, and launched the TUSD-BUSD LP pool with voting. 11. On August 31, the multi-chain payment gateway JustMoney Pay added an endpoint to support payment in BEP20-TUSD. TRC20-TUSD has already been supported. — CeFi. — 1. On August 11, TUSD was listed on Bit2Me, a leading Spanish crypto exchange, with deposits and withdrawals of ERC20-TUSD enabled. 2. On August 28, TUSD Official released TUSD trading pairs and their deposits and withdrawals on HitBTC. HitBTC is a world-leading crypto exchange. Since 2013, HitBTC has offered markets for over 300 cryptos, including Bitcoin, ETH, Litecoin, Monero (XMR), and Tether. — Promotions. — 1. From August 1 to August 4, the third Truly Zodiac Tale was released, featuring short videos about Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, and Capricorn, as well as posters of crypto celebrities with these zodiac signs. 2. On August 2, a new TrulyGifChallenge event themed on TRC20 and Exchange was launched on Truly’s Twitter account. 3. On August 3, the Qixi Festival event went live on Weibo, where users can win from 200 TUSD by sharing their favorite TUSD projects. 4. On August 9, a new TrulyGifChallenge event themed on Bridge and BNB was launched on Truly’s Twitter account. 5. On August 10, Truly Zodiac Tales successfully concluded, followed by a review article. 6. On August 12, Truly Class: Lesson 14 “What Are the Differences in TUSD’s Token Standards?” was published, elaborating on the token standards and comparing their differences. 7. On August 12, TUSD participated in the Talk Live AMA of AladdinDao and discussed the future of stablecoins. 8. On August 16, data analytics company CryptoQuant produced a report on eight stablecoin markets, including TUSD, from four perspectives. This showed CryptoQuant’s acknowledgment of TUSD. 9. On August 17, a new TrulyGifChallenge event themed on the CEX and TUSD was launched on Truly’s Twitter account. 10. On August 18, “How Far Has TUSD Gone Since Being Deployed on Binance Chain Three Years Ago?” was published via official channels, reviewing the past partnerships and results between TUSD and Binance. 11. On August 24, a new TrulyGifChallenge event themed on Curve and CRV was launched on Truly’s Twitter account. 12. On August 26, Truly Class lesson 15 “What Will Happen to Layer 2 Solutions After the Ethereum’s Merge?” was published, explaining the influence of Ethereum’s Merge on Layer 2. 13. On August 30, a new TrulyGifChallenge event themed on Polygon, NewTUSDPool, and DeFi was launched on Truly’s Twitter account. 👇 Where to find us? 👇 🔗 linktr.ee




What will Happen to Layer 2 Solutions After the Ethereum’s Merge?

The Ethereum’s Merge is undoubtedly the hottest topic in the crypto world recently. As reported by Blockworks, the Ethereum blockchain’s co-founder, Vitalik Buterin, said that in a post-Merge era when rollups will be introduced in due course, gas fees can be as low as $0.002-$0.05. Ethereum’s final testnet merge went live on Goerli on August 11, and the mainnet Merge is expected to occur on September 19.Source: altcoinbuzz.io A number of project teams and exchanges have taken sides in the run-up to Ethereum’s major upgrade and voiced their opinions about the Merge. But first thing first, what is the Merge? And how will layer 2 solutions be impacted after the Merge? In this article, Truly will walk you through everything you need to know about the Merge so that you can get a clear sense of this highly anticipated event! — What is Ethereum 2.0?. — Since its inception in 2014, the Ethereum project has been divided into four stages of development: Frontier, Homestead, Metropolis, and Serenity. The first three stages adopt the PoW mode whereas the last phase of Ethereum development “Serenity”, also known as Ethereum 2.0, will transition to the PoS mechanism. To date, Ethereum has completed the upgrade in the first three stages and is working on the development of the last stage during which it will move from proof-of-work (PoW) to proof-of-stake (PoS), namely the “Merge”. A crucial upgrade to Ethereum’s consensus mechanism, the Merge is termed to represent the joining of the existing execution layer of Ethereum with its new proof-of-stake consensus layer — the Beacon Chain, and Ethereum 2.0 will come out once the PoW system is shed from the execution layer and the Merge is fully realized. — Why does the Merge have to happen?. — To answer this question, it boils down to why the Ethereum network is switching to PoS. Users of Ethereum have long complained about network congestion and high gas fees. To address these issues, Ethereum’s co-founder Vitalik Buterin proposed sharing as a solution to improve the network’s performance, but the technology runs counter to the PoW mechanism, so the transition to PoS is inevitable. According to Vitalik Buterin, PoS is superior to PoW in securing blockchain networks: under the same conditions, PoS not only provides better security but also shows greater resilience after being attacked. And PoS is more decentralized compared to mining with ASIC machines since anyone can become a validator by staking 32 ETH tokens on Ethereum’s PoS network. Now that the Ethereum network will see dramatic performance improvement after the Merge, is there still a case for layer 2 solutions, which are dedicated to alleviating network congestion, to continue to exist? Before we offer an answer, let’s first look at the definition of layer 2. — What is Layer 2?. — Layer 2 (L2) is a comprehensive solution to enhance the performance of layer 1 (L1) networks like Ethereum. As any exchange of data on Ethereum requires all the nodes to complete computation and verification, the network gets congested, and the gas price keeps rising. To tackle the problems, L2 solutions came into being. Built upon the Ethereum MainNet (L1), L2 solutions collect transaction data and periodically send bundles of data back to layer 1 for storage and verification. As a result, the layer 2 solution has greatly increased the throughput of Ethereum and decreased the gas price while inheriting the high-security level of L1. The most popular L2 solutions are State Channels, Sidechains, Plasma, and Rollups. Rollups are currently the preferred L2 solutions for scaling Ethereum. There are two different approaches to rollups: Optimistic and Zero-Knowledge (ZK).Source: aicoin.cn — What will be the impact of the Merge on L2?. — Many may argue that L2 will become much less popular after the Merge; however, Truly believes L2 will coexist with Ethereum 2.0, and both will empower Ethereum from different perspectives. Firstly, the Merge will not happen overnight. According to the schedule, it is a staged process with the completion of each stage time-consuming. After the Merge has been fully accomplished, there is still a long time for PoW to be entirely replaced by PoS. Therefore, L2 is still in demand before the realization of Ethereum 2.0. Secondly, even when the speed of L1 has been massively increased due to the Merge, who would say no to a speed even faster? As Harold Hyatt, Product Manager of DAO & DeFi at Trusttoken, explains, “Ethereum-based scaling solutions (L2) scale with Ethereum, so if Ethereum scales in the future (sharding), L2s also scale. If Optimism is 10x faster than L1, then Ethereum is 10x after sharding, Optimism is 100x.” Alan Chiu, CEO/Founder of Boba Network, a Layer 2 Optimistic Rollup scaling solution, is optimistic about the future of layer 2: “As Ethereum L1 becomes more efficient, L2’s will simply become that much more efficient right alongside, all while maintaining their current added benefits.” TUSD also attaches great importance to layer 2. It has been live on L2 public chains including Polygon, Arbitrum, and Optimism and has been playing an active role in the development of DeFi ecosystems. Therefore, TUSD users not only enjoy the faster transaction speed and reduced gas fees provided by L2 networks but also deeply experience different scenarios brought by various ecosystems such as innovative AMMs, lending protocols, and yield aggregators. Meanwhile, these deployments have also boosted the adoption of TUSD and enriched its use cases. To sum up, Ethereum 2.0 and L2 are not mutually exclusive: in fact, they support each other. As more bridges are built across different L2s, the interaction and liquidity issues of L2 will be solved. Truly believes that L2 will support an increasing number of more complicated DeFi projects and DApps and progress together with Ethereum 2.0. Will Ethereum 2.0 eventually become a reality? Will the gas fee be reduced as expected? How will Ethereum 2.0 impact other cryptocurrencies? Let us stay tuned for what comes next. If you want to share your opinions on the Merge with us, please do leave a comment. See you next time! Find us on: @tusd.io | Linktree Reference: cryptonews.net What will Happen to Layer 2 Solutions After the Ethereum’s Merge? was originally published in Truly Crypto 101 on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




How Far Has TUSD Gone Since Being Deployed on Binance Chain Three Years Ago?

August 2022 marks the third year since the stablecoin TUSD was deployed on Binance Chain. Binance Chain is a public chain launched by Binance in April 2019. In August 2019, TUSD was invited to go live on the Binance chain as one of the first stablecoin projects to join the Binance ecosystem. Binance Chain focuses on transfer services. Users can redeem BEP2-TUSD by minting on the official website of Binance after TUSD went live on Binance Chain. Users can also enjoy cheaper and faster transfers, making their token minting and redemption easier. After going live on Binance Chain, TUSD started extensive cooperation with the Binance ecosystem, with the latter soon adding a dozen TUSD trading pairs and enabling the multi-chain deposits and withdrawals of TUSD. Moreover, in April 2021, TUSD was deployed on Binance Smart Chain, with BEP20-TUSD deposits and withdrawals enabled on Binance. The series of cooperation between TUSD and Binance demonstrates their mutual trust and support, as well as Binance’s recognition of TUSD’s stability, laying the groundwork for TUSD’s overall development in the Binance ecosystem. In February 2022, Binance Chain and Binance Smart Chain became BNB Chain. It is worth mentioning that after the UST-LUNA crash, TUSD is listed as one of the outstanding and reliable stablecoins in the Binance ecosystem by BSC Daily, a media platform on BNB Chain. Since TUSD joined the Binance ecosystem, especially after it went live on the Binance Smart Chain, the extensive application of BEP20-TUSD has significantly lowered the cost and increased the efficiency of financial activities in the crypto world. By far, the supply of TUSD ranks fourth among stablecoins of the same kind in the Binance ecosystem, following USDT, USDC, and BUSD. As of August 16, BEP20-TUSD’s supply had reached 113 million, accounting for 9.27% of TUSD’s total supply. In addition, BEP20-TUSD is performing well on other chains, with the number of addresses with TUSD holdings hitting 12,743, and its transaction count marking 545,995. Today, TUSD is available on five decentralized exchanges on BNB Chain (PancakeSwap and Ellipsis, etc.), four lending protocols (Venus and Valas, etc.), and three yield aggregators (Acryptos and Beefy, etc.). In recent years, TUSD has followed the trend, offering higher transparency and security for various public chains and DeFi ecosystems. Apart from BNB Chain, TUSD is also natively deployed on Ethereum, TRON, and Avalanche. While the majority of crypto assets are deployed on only one chain, TUSD chose to go live on multiple ones. Even though this might take longer to develop, it protects the stablecoin from cyber-attacks caused by frequent use of the cross-chain bridge, thus enhancing the security of the token. In the DeFi space, TUSD has been integrated with projects spanning DEXs, lending protocols, margin lending projects, and yield aggregators. Now, TUSD’s monthly trading volume on over 100 exchanges such as Binance, Huobi, and OKX has hit billions of USD. As a USD-pegged stablecoin attested live on-chain, TUSD is favored by many investors thanks to its industry-leading transparency and full collateralization. Not only that, robustness is also what makes it stand out. As the data analysis firm CryptoQuant points out, TUSD is more robust than other stablecoins during a high redeeming supply flow. The report also states that even though other stablecoins may have higher market caps, TUSD, GUSD, and USDP are more stable when subjected to high redeemed supply flow. The stablecoin is considered a bridge between crypto and the real world, with its potential well-recognized. Besides major stablecoin projects, well-known DeFi protocols such as Curve and Aave plan to roll out their stablecoins. As a stablecoin frontrunner, TUSD is glad to embrace the promising future of the stablecoin industry. Financial security has always been users’ top concern, and that’s where TUSD’s core value lies. Down the road, TUSD will continue to set benchmarks in transparency, security, and robustness, offering more options and opportunities for users on BNB Chain and other public chains. — About TUSD. — TrueUSD is the first digital asset attested live on-chain by an independent third-party institution and pegged at 1:1 to the U.S. dollar. So far, it has been listed on more than 100 trading platforms such as Binance, Huobi, and Poloniex, and has been deployed on 12 major public chains including Ethereum, TRON, Avalanche, BNB Chain, Fantom, and Polygon. TrueUSD is audited real-time by Armanino, the largest U.S.-based accounting firm, to ensure the 1:1 ratio of USD reserves to circulating token supply and the 100% collateral rate. Users can access the publicly available audit results via the official website tusd.io at any time. Contact Us Website | Twitter | Medium | Discord | Telegram | YouTube | Instagr




What Are the Differences in TUSD’s Token Standards?

Stablecoins have become an integral part of the crypto market, but those who are indulging in DeFi and stablecoin yield farming may not pay attention to the token standards they use every day for different blockchains. However, this is indeed something worth thinking about: which token standard is the most suitable for you? Truly is here to walk you through the most popular token standards today. Hope you can have a better idea of what they are after reading. — What Is a Token Standard?. — A token standard is composed of a set of rules by which all tokens following this standard are bound. In other words, a token standard defines the mechanism of creating, issuing, and deploying new tokens on a certain blockchain. For example, ERC-20 is a token standard that provides developers with an easy way to create new tokens based on the Ethereum blockchain. All ERC-20 tokens share common properties and are governed by the same rules. — How Many Different Token Standards Exist?. — Every blockchain may have its own token standard, or sometimes standards. For instance, there are multiple ones on Ethereum, such as ERC-10, ERC-20, and ERC-721, while TRON follows TRC20 and TRC10. The most popular token standards now are ERC-20 (Ethereum), TRC20 (TRON), and BEP-20 (BNB Chain). The four standards commonly used for TUSD are the following: Ethereum: ERC-20, TRON: TRC20, BNB Chain: BEP-20, Avalanche: AVAX C-Chain, In addition, TUSD has been deployed on eight other public chains, some versions following the mainnet’ native token standard such as: Binance Chain: BEP-2, Fantom, Polygon, Cronos, Heco, Arbitrum, Aurora, Optimism, TUSD’s contract addresses on different chains Having introduced the concepts and types of different token standards, Truly will now elaborate on their difference and similarities by taking the standards applied to TUSD on Ethereum, TRON, BNB Chain, and Avalance as examples. ERC-20 Token Standard As one of the earliest and most trustworthy standards, ERC-20 is the most popular among others. Most tokens on CoinMarketcap are ERC-20 tokens created on Ethereum. All tokens created and traded on Ethereum must follow the ERC-20 token standard. Ethereum smart contracts are used to create ERC-20 tokens, which can be deposited, withdrawn, and traded on exchanges. The ERC-20 standard contains several pieces of information, including: Details on the total supply of the token, How the token can be transferred, How the token can be withdrawn, Balance of the token in an owner’s account, How the token can be received, ERC-20 tokens can be traded promptly with a highly efficient confirmation rate, and the risk of contract-breaking on Ethereum is minimal. Moreover, the global availability and adoption of ERC-20 means tokens following this standard enjoy higher liquidity and possibly higher returns. — BEP-20 Token Standard. — The main token standard on BNB Chain, BEP-20 is the second most popular standard for cryptocurrencies. Created as an extension of ERC-20, BEP-20 inherits all the merits of the former. Many new tokens are now being developed on BNB Chain. The advantage of the BEP-20 token lies not only in its efficiency but also in its compatibility with BEP-2 and ERC-20 as well as in its support of the crypto exchange Binance. The built-in functionality of the BEP-20 token allows it to swap for its BEP-2 counterpart, earning support from numerous wallets and providing decent cross-chain compatibility with other tokens. Do not confuse BEP-20 with BEP-2 though: these are two independent standards of Binance. The former is the standard of Binance Smart Chain (BNB), while the latter is that of Binance Chain. — TRC20 Token Standard. — Fully compatible with ERC-20, TRC‌20 is a technical standard used for smart contracts on the TRON blockchain, where users implement tokens with the TRON Virtual Machine (TVM). This standard defines rules that every token on the network must follow, covering the issuance of new tokens, execution and approval of transfers, and sending and receiving tokens. All tokens on the TRC20 network are supported by specific digital wallets and can be traded, transferred, or shared as they all follow the same rules set by TRC20. A growing number of users now opt for the TRON network thanks to its lower transaction fees and faster transaction speed. — AVAX C-Chain Token Standard. — The default smart contract blockchain on Avalanche, AVAX C-Chain supports the creation of any Ethereum-compatible smart contracts. KuCoin has now enabled the deposits and withdrawals for AVAX C-Chain. In addition, Avalanche also offers an AVAX X-Chain token standard. — Differences and Similarities Between ERC-20, TRC20 and BEP-20. — The main difference between these three popular token standards is the underlying network: ERC-20 tokens are based on Ethereum, BEP-20 on BNB Chain, and TRC20 on TRON. All three networks use the same smart contract programming language Solidity, which means they are mostly compatible and can be used interchangeably: tokens developed on one platform can be accessed on the other two. Moreover, the process of creating and deploying tokens is very similar on all three networks, except for fees and usasbility. It is nevertheless worth mentioning that all BEP-20 tokens are listed automatically on Binance and compatible with multiple other tokens such as BTC, ETH, and LTC. Thanks to the growing global influence of Binance, BEP-20 ranks second in terms of popularity after ERC-20. However, a growing number of users now opt for the TRON network as the transaction of TRC20 tokens can be finalized within seconds with a minimal fee. As tokens on these networks are not interoperable, please double-check that the addresses are correct when making deposits or withdrawals. Special attention should be paid to the formats of different addresses to avoid unnecessary losses. — Significance of Multi-Chain Deposits and Withdrawals for TUSD. — TUSD has so far been deployed on 12 mainstream public chains such as Ethereum, Binance, and TRON, with deposits and withdrawals enabled on most of them. Moreover, it has been listed on over 100 trading platforms including Binance, Huobi, Poloniex, and OKX, and enabled multi-chain deposits and withdrawals on major exchanges. Such moves have not only enriched the use cases of TUSD and enhanced its intrinsic value: more importantly, more and more efficient, convenient trading channels are made available for TUSD holders with more advanced trading needs.(The list is not exhaustive and will be updated.) That’s all about it for Truly Class Lesson 14! Please comment if you’d like to know more. Truly values every comment. Related link: blog.sagipl.com,TRC20%20tokens%20are%20based%20on%20the%20TRON%20blockchain.




Data Analysis Firm CryptoQuant Endorses TUSD’s Robustness

CryptoQuant, a data analysis firm for cryptocurrencies, published a research report on stablecoin efficacy on July 21. In light of the distinct differences among stablecoins, this report offers an in-depth analysis of the eight major stablecoins in the market (USDT, USDC, BUSD, DAI, Frax, TUSD, USDP, and GUSD) from four dimensions: peg robustness, price premium, velocity, and accessibility. TUSD ranks among the top of the eight stablecoins in terms of peg robustness. In other words, compared with other stablecoins, TUSD will be more robust and reliable when facing a higher risk of a redemption run, similar to a “bank run”. As a means of exchange, stablecoin connects the crypto world to the traditional market and plays a vital role in the cryptocurrency industry. According to the report, stablecoins not only can be used for trading in and out of other cryptocurrencies (such as Bitcoin and Ethereum); but also for international settlements since transferring stablecoins internationally is faster and cheaper than sending currencies using traditional financial rails. Finally, it is suggested that stablecoins can be used to earn interest through investments while taking higher risks.Therefore, a thorough understanding of the use cases and the effectiveness of stablecoins is essential for crypto investors. Let’s take a look at peg robustness first. The word “robust” means vigorous and healthy. Robustness is crucial for financial products, as it represents resilience — the ability of a project to stabilize its value against risks such as a “bank run”. Stablecoins with high peg robustness allow users to redeem their assets securely even during high redemption requests. Naturally, stablecoins with high robustness are the top choice of investors looking to trade crypto assets. In theory, a stablecoin’s peg robustness is measured by two metrics: price deviation multiple and redeemed supply flow. This may be counterintuitive to many retail traders, who would link how well a stablecoin can maintain its peg to its level of price deviation. To make it easier to understand, here we provide an example using the two similar concepts mentioned in this report: price deviation and the ratio of the stablecoin’s daily redeemed supply to its total supply. In the case of USDT, despite its recent price stability with a minor deviation of 0.18 cents (TUSD and USDC recorded 0.22 cents and 0.71 cents, respectively), it is pointed out that USDT’s peg is stress-tested less by redemptions. Relevant stats show that the average daily redemptions as a percentage of total supply over the past year have been only 0.15% for Ethereum-based USDT, contrasted by 1.01% for TUSD and 0.82% for USDC. It is therefore biased to gauge a stablecoin’s stability purely based on its level of price deviation. According to the report, for stablecoins with lower price deviation and higher redeemed supply, the quotient will move closer to zero, which denotes higher robustness. Results show that TUSD, USDP, and GUSD have the lowest levels of price deviation at -0.31, -0.22, and 0.32, marking higher peg robustness scores. In the author’s opinion, a stablecoin’s robustness score mirrors the confidence of its holders, which is affected by several factors such as the stablecoin’s transparency, reserves, auditing flow, etc. TUSD’s high robustness score is well-deserved–available sources reveal that it is the world’s most transparent stablecoin that is fully collateralized by U.S. dollars and attested live on-chain. Also, TUSD is audited real-time by Armanino, a leading U.S.-based accounting firm, to ensure a 100% collateral ratio.(Different stablecoins’ peg robustness scores) Now, a close-up of the other three metrics. Price premium is used to analyze the historical prices of stablecoins to identify if a token has traded at a premium or a discount. In this respect, DAI and BUSD are deemed the least volatile in terms of their median closing price and median low price. Because of their significant volatility, USDC, USDT, and GUSD are obvious targets of arbitrage trading, while TUSD and FRAX are ranked in between. As opposed to losses from trading at a discount, a price premium allows stablecoin holders to profit from selling at a premium in the short term. However, stablecoins with their price stabilized at one U.S. dollar are still preferred by investors. This is because drastic price deviations from the peg make stablecoins a vehicle of arbitrage trading for speculators, forcing regular traders to bear extra fees or transaction costs. The other two elements analyzed in the report are velocity and accessibility. In terms of both metrics, USDT reigns supreme. This ranking is based on the statistics of centralized exchanges on CoinGecko and CoinMarketCap, speaking to USDT’s decisive first-mover advantage. As one of the first stablecoins in the market, USDT is widely adopted by crypto exchanges as the main quote currency for their trading pairs. This makes USDT more accessible and also circulate better than its counterparts. Nevertheless, the report also points out that stablecoins’ availability on public chains is equally important to their accessibility in exchanges. While many stablecoins operate on Ethereum, TUSD is one of the major stablecoins on TRON, and BUSD runs on Binance Chain. Since there are no relevant statistics available in the report, we will not explain them in detail.(TUSD’s scores in the four dimensions) The report also highlights that not all stablecoins are “equal”, citing the regulatory distinctions. To name some examples: USDC’s issuer has money transmitter licenses in 44 U.S. states; TUSD’s issuer operates under the Nevada Financial Institutions Division (NFID); the issuer of BUSD and USDP is regulated by the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS). In contrast, USDT is not subject to any state-level regulations. Facing mounting regulatory pressure and the aftershock of UST’s de-peg incident, investors are advised to identify the hidden risks when investing in stablecoins. In the meantime, TUSD, a compliant and robust stablecoin, is expected to see faster growth. Data source: docsend.com twitter.co




#TrulyZodiacTales Have Come to an End, but the Story of Truly and Cryptocurrency Continues

Lasted three weeks from July to August, Truly Zodiac Tales have come to an end. The success of the campaign speaks to the perfect interaction between Truly, the mascot of TrueUSD, and the twelve zodiac signs. While zooming in on the traits of each zodiac sign, how people of each zodiac sign reacts to the crypto volatilities was vividly depicted. Readers of the tales can definitely relate to those stories, can’t they? Let’s revisit the ways #TrulyZodiacTales amazed us. 👇Watch the recap on our YouTube Channel now!👇 medium.com ⭐ From adventurous Aquarius to romantic Pisces, then from energetic Aries to persistent Taurus, for investors, the personality traits of the zodiac signs can turn into advantages and help them to spot breakthroughs when facing fluctuations in the crypto market. From changeful Gemini to sensitive Cancer, then from decisive Leo to Virgo, the perfectionists, the traits of the zodiac signs are demonstrated by the iconic figures of these zodiac signs, some of whom are known as the best in the crypto space. From indecisive Libra to resentful Scorpio, and then from freewheeling Sagittarius to rational Capricorn, the traits that seem distant from the crypto market bring out the top seeds of the industry and enable them to create a new crypto trend. ⭐ The sparks between Truly and the twelve zodiac signs bring us to brand-new content and visual experience. Meanwhile, TUSD started the #CryptoCelebrity guessing and #TrulyMemeContest on its official Twitter account and Discord, respectively, and received positive comments. The wild memes became the event’s highlight, and #TrulyZodiacTales became an increasingly trending topic. As a result, Truly, the lovely mascot also got more followers. #TrulyZodiacTales have come to an end, but the story of Truly and cryptocurrency continues. Please stay tuned for our next story. See you soon! 👇 Here some of the funniest Memes from the Meme contest in our Discord Community: 👇




TUSD Monthly Report: July 2022

TUSD market cap: 1,198,827,262 Ethereum: 858,462,556 TRON: 329,518,317 BNB Chain: 113,000,000 Fantom: 1,937,939 Polygon: 13,095,535 Avalanche Protocol: 3,793,978 Cronos: 31,001,000DeFi 1. On July 19, TUSD was bridged onto Optimism via the Optimism bridge and conducted a vote on which DeFi projects of the Optimism ecosystem to collaborate with. 2. On July 21, TUSD launched an incentive pool on Votium to boost the emission of CRV tokens to the TUSD-3Crv pool on Curve. 3. On July 21, TrueUSD was listed on Polygon’s decentralized exchange Dystopia and launched the TUSD-USDC LP pool with voting. 4. On July 21, decentralized exchange Uniswap (Arbitrum) introduced the TUSD-USDC LP pool. 5. On July 28, the TUSDFRAXBP pool was launched on Curve and Convex. 6. On July 28, the TUSD+3Crv pool and the TUSDFRAXBP pool were launched on Concentrator together. Concentrator, an auto-compounding protocol built on top of Curve and Convex, aims to help users further enhance their yields.Exchange On July 29, Binance introduced deposits and withdrawals of TRC20-TUSD. Prior to TRC20-TUSD, it had already allowed users to deposit and withdraw ERC20-TUSD, BEP2-TUSD, and BEP20-TUSD.Promotions 1. On July 1, “Truly Class 11 — How to Identify Risks in DeFi?” was released, illustrating the common risks in DeFi and how to identify them. 2. On July 5, another round of Truly Crossword Puzzle was hosted on Truly’s Twitter account. 3. On July 8, Truly created an Instagram account to cater to users on various platforms. 4. On July 8, TUSD recorded an impressive performance on Aave, with its TVL exceeding $140 million and a borrowing interest rate as low as 1.18%. 5. On July 12, another round of Truly Crossword Puzzle themed on “stablecoin” was hosted on Truly’s Twitter account. 6. On July 15, the trailer of Truly Zodiac Tales was released. 7. Only July 15, “Truly Class 12 — Why Are Stablecoin Issuers Launching Stablecoins Pegged to Different Fiat Currencies?” was released, giving a thorough explanation of stablecoins that are pegged to different fiat currencies. 8. During July 18–21, the first Truly Zodiac Tale was released, featuring short videos about Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, and Taurus as well as posters of crypto celebrities with these zodiac signs. 9. On July 22, the first round of the three TUSD Zodiac Guesses was hosted on TUSD’s Twitter account. Participants in any of the Guesses have a chance to share 500 TUSD when having at least two correct answers. 10. On July 22, the first round of the three meme giveaway contests was hosted in TUSD’s Discord server, where winners have a chance to share 240 TUSD. 11. During July 25–28, the second Truly Zodiac Tale was released, featuring short videos about Gemini, Cancer, Leo, and Virgo as well as posters of crypto celebrities with these zodiac signs. 12. On July 26, the Truly Gif Challenge was announced on Truly’s Twitter account. 13. On July 29, “Truly Class 13 — An Overview of the TUSD Lending Market in Major Ethereum DeFi Protocols” was released, explaining the investment value of TUSD’s existing lending markets.




An Overview of the TUSD Lending Market in Major Ethereum DeFi Protocols

An Overview of the TUSD Lending Market in Major Ethereum DeFi Protocols. — In the current gloomy market, many crypto investors prefer to hold safer, more reliable stablecoins to minimize risks and make decent profits by staking a single currency. It is better to sit on cash in a bear market, so safety and stability are the top priorities. Today, Truly will compare a number of the established Ethereum-based lending protocols, including AAVE, Compound, and the well-known non-collateral lending protocol TrueFi and offer a deep dive into the current investment options for TUSD across these platforms. — AAVE. — AAVE is a decentralized system that allows users to borrow, lend, and earn interests on crypto assets without an intermediary. This flagship project in the Ethereum ecosystem tops the list among all DeFi projects in Total Value Locked (TVL), the number of users, and the value of tokens. At present, TUSD on AAVE has reached $144 million, with a utilization rate of 10.55% and a supply APY of 0.09%. In fact, TUSD can be used as collateral on AAVE. This means users who supply TUSD on AAVE can earn interest on their TUSD deposits and use TUSD as collateral to borrow other assets, further testifying to TUSD’s safety and stability. There are 33 lending markets on AAVE Ethereum Market, including ten stablecoin projects. However, only four stablecoin projects, including TUSD and USDC, can be used as collateral assets on AAVE. It is worth highlighting that TUSD’s 80% MAX LTV on AAVE ranks high among the limited projects that can be used as collateral assets. MAX LTV is an index of the maximum amount of assets that can be borrowed with specific collateral. For example, the MAX LTV of TUSD is 80%, which means for every 1 TUSD deposited as collateral, users can borrow up to 0.8 TUSD worth of other crypto assets. Currently, the stable APY is 10.81% and the variable APY is 0.53%. — TrueFi. — TrueFi is a fine example of a non-collateral lending project. Launched in November 2020, TrueFi started its operation with the founder of FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), as the first TUSD borrower on the platform. Most DeFi lending platforms now operate with over-collateralization to minimize the risk of bad debts. In other words, if users want to borrow assets worth 1 ETH, they need to post assets worth more than such amount as collateral. Apparently, over-collateralization leads to a low fund utilization rate. Besides, users have to buy collaterals before they can borrow funds, which inevitably increases the cost of borrowing. In contrast, non-collateral lending is more appealing but requires high levels of trust. To ensure repayment and reduce bad debts, borrowers on TrueFi must complete KYC verification first. Only after being reviewed and whitelisted by the TrustToken team can they apply for loans. As KYC verification and credit review are mostly required in CeFi, TrueFi is slightly different from other DeFi projects on this front. The platform only makes loans to institutional investors. After receiving borrowers’ applications, lenders will vote to decide whether to approve them and take on the default risk. Although retail users cannot borrow on TrueFi, they can deposit TUSD on the platform to earn yields. TUSD now offers a supply APY of 7.76%, with a total supply of $27.09 million on TrueFi. — Compound. — Compound is an established lending protocol whose security has stood the test of time, with its performance running off the charts. As of now, the total supply of TUSD on Compound is $82.14 million. The TUSD DeFi staking event is now live on OKX, where users can earn an APY of 5.63% by staking TUSD, with the TUSD team subsidizing 5.5% of it. This gives investors an excellent opportunity to earn better returns than other stablecoin events on OKX. Don’t worry if you don’t have sufficient TUSD to join the event. Users can stake assets including USDC, DAI, and ETH on Compound and borrow TUSD with an APY of only 0.95%, with which they may join this DeFi staking event and earn an APY of up to 5.63%. TUSD offers top-level security as a fiat-backed stablecoin, while OKX is a well-established, well-tested crypto exchange. An excellent investment option under the current market conditions, this event offers investors solid returns while guaranteeing the security of their assets. — Closing Thoughts. — That completes how TUSD works on the three major DeFi platforms. In the crypto winter, no one would know whether the market has hit bottom. Thus, it is a sound choice to earn stable yields with TUSD on major lending protocols. An Overview of the TUSD Lending Market in Major Ethereum DeFi Protocols was originally published in Truly Crypto 101 on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




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Wazirx Follows in Binance's Footsteps Unlisting USDC, USDP and TUSD

    On September 19, WazirX, one of India's leading cryptocurrency exchanges, announced the delisting of Circle's USDC, Paxos' USDP, and TrueUSD (TUSD) stablecoins, effective September 26, following in Binance's footsteps. According to the statement, USDC, USDP, and TUSD deposits have already been suspended. In addition, users will have to withdraw their funds by October 05, or they will be automatically converted to BUSD —just like Binance did. 'Auto-conversion will be done on or before October 05. After the Auto-Conversion is completed, users will be able to withdraw USDC, USDP, or TUSD at a ratio of 1:1 from their BUSD balances.' Tether's USDT will still be supported. WazirX's Goal Is 'To Enhance Liquidity And Capital Efficiency' According to WazirX, the delisting of USDC, USDP, and TUSD, seeks to enhance liquidity and capital efficiency for users, a claim identical to what Binance made recently when it delisted the same stablecoins. Like Binance, WazirX ended its statement by indicating that it could include other significant stablecoins. However, the exchange did not provide further information in this regard. The relationship between Binance and WazirX is tricky. On its official site, WazirX claims it is affiliated with the Binance group, so the decision could be in line with Binance's interests to make BUSD one of the most important stablecoins in the ecosystem, increasing its market capitalization, which is currently around $20.52B. However, as CryptoPotato recently... read More



Crypto Veterans Shed Light on CBDC and Stablecoins Including TUSD, Endor...

    The renowned documentary series “The Future is Now” has recently shifted its focus to the blockchain industry. The team produced its first-ever crypto-related documentary titled 'Aligning the Future,' shedding light on the development of Bitcoin and other digital currencies across the globe. The show stars H.E. Justin Sun, TRON founder and the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Grenada to the WTO, congressman William Soriano from El Salvador, and many other respected crypto leaders, who shared their insights on the future of crypto. H.E. Justin Sun, TRON founder and the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Grenada to the WTO “Eventually we will have three kinds of nations. One kind of nation will still use traditional fiat, but some countries will start to evolve into CBDCs, doing central bank digital currencies. But we will also see some countries like El Salvador and Caribbean countries in the future that might adopt Bitcoin or cryptocurrency as their legal tender or financial settlement infrastructure.” said H.E. Justin Sun when asked about his view of CBDCs (central bank digital currencies) across the globe. He also added that as a believer in Hayek's theory, he has faith in a currency market that is open to entire competition and embraces all types of currencies. Meanwhile, as a veteran in digital currency, Sun believes that CBDCs can be listed on blockchains, including Ethereum and TRON, in the way that stablecoins such as USDT, TU... read More



TrueUSD and Balancer Offer Liquidity Providers TUSD and BAL Rewards From...

    PRESS RELEASE. Singapore, Singapore / April 4th / – TrueUSD (TUSD) and Balancer (BAL) Automated Market Maker (AMM) partnered up with Polygon to offer liquidity providers with TUSD and BAL rewards from a stablecoin pool incentive program last November. The program incentivizes liquidity providers to add TUSD-DAI-USDC-USDT liquidity to the Polygon ecosystem. In return for adding liquidity, providers will receive BAL, TUSD, and MATIC, an outstanding opportunity for liquidity providers to gain exposure to three different assets while providing liquidity to the ecosystem. The program is live on-chain and is open to all. TrueUSD and Balancer (Polygon) are very popular among investors searching for a safe DeFi investment that has generated considerable interest in the crypto communities. This pool's TVL rose as high as $116.9 million, prompting excitement from all corners of the crypto community. All MATIC rewards were paid out in early 2022, while liquidity bonuses in TUSD and BAL were maintained. (Source: polygon.balancer.fi, 2022.3.30) The market for stablecoins has exponentially evolved in the last year, with its value reaching nearly $200 billion. TUSD, the first regulated stablecoin fully backed by the US Dollar, independently verified on-chain, has earned trust from customers for its safety and transparency. Its market capitalization now totals nearly $1.5 billion, putting it fourth among stablecoin peers after USDT, USDC, and BUSD. TrueUSD has established partnerships... read More



TrueUSD and Balancer Offer LPs TUSD and BAL Rewards from Stablecoin Pool...

    [PRESS RELEASE - Please Read Disclaimer] Singapore, Singapore / Mar 31 / – TrueUSD (TUSD) and Balancer (BAL) Automated Market Maker (AMM) partnered up with Polygon to offer liquidity providers with TUSD and BAL rewards from a stablecoin pool incentive program last November. The program incentivizes liquidity providers to add TUSD-DAI-USDC-USDT liquidity to the Polygon ecosystem. In return for adding liquidity, providers will receive BAL, TUSD, and MATIC, an outstanding opportunity for liquidity providers to gain exposure to three different assets while providing liquidity to the ecosystem. The program is live on-chain and is open to all. TrueUSD and Balancer (Polygon) are very popular among investors searching for a safe DeFi investment that has generated considerable interest in the crypto communities. This pool's TVL rose as high as $116.9 million, prompting excitement from all corners of the crypto community. All MATIC rewards were paid out in early 2022, while liquidity bonuses in TUSD and BAL were maintained. The market for stablecoins has exponentially evolved in the last year, with its value reaching nearly $200 billion. TUSD, the first regulated stablecoin fully backed by the US Dollar, independently verified on-chain, has earned trust from customers for its safety and transparency. Its market capitalization now totals nearly $1.5 billion, putting it fourth among stablecoin peers after USDT, USDC, and BUSD. TrueUSD has established partnerships and collaborations... read More



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