Binance DEX to List 5 TrustToken Stablecoins

Binance DEX listed TrueUSD, TrueGBP, TrueAUD, TrueCAD and TrueHKD, tied to appropriate fiat currencies
08 August 2019   1031

Non-custodian exchange Binance DEX in the near future conducted a listing of five new stablecoin issuer TrustToken, The Block reports.

As TrustToken said, Binance DEX added TrueUSD, TrueGBP, TrueAUD, TrueCAD and TrueHKD, exchange rates related to the US dollar, Australian dollar, Canadian dollar and Hong Kong dollar, respectively.

All five assets will be released on the blockchain. Until this moment, TrustToken stablecoins were available only in the format of ERC20 tokens on the Ethereum blockchain.

Binance DEX has new opportunities for making financial contributions. TrueUSD trading on Binance DEX should start on August 8th. Listing suggestions for other TrustToken stablecoins will be issued in the coming weeks.

TrustToken plans to launch its new or two additional blockchains before the end of the year and the new TrueSGD, the rate of which will be tied to the Singapore dollar, “soon”.

MAS May Allow BTC Derivatives to Approved Desks

The Singapore watchdog's initiative is related to interest in this type of assets of hedge funds and institutional investors
21 November 2019   97

Listing and turnover of cryptocurrency derivatives in Singapore may be allowed on regulated exchanges. This was stated by the country's Monetary Authority (MAS), writes Bloomberg.

The regulator's initiative is related to interest in this type of assets of hedge funds and institutional investors.

So far, according to the law of the country, payment tokens - these include bitcoin and ether - are not assets that can form the basis of regulated derivative financial instruments.

As reported, under the proposal, trading of derivatives on common cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ether will be subject to the Securities and Futures Act, the Monetary Authority of Singapore said Wednesday in a statement. The plans are in response to interest from hedge funds and asset managers that trade such products. 

Legal sites in Singapore include the Asia-Pacific Exchange, ICE Futures Singapore, the Singapore Derivative Exchange and the Singapore Stock Exchange.

The Central Bank hopes that this initiative will satisfy the need of large investors in managing their payment tokens under state control.

At the same time, MAS emphasized that derivatives of payment tokens are not a suitable financial instrument for retail investors due to high volatility.