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Stablecoins comparison*

Feature list
Fiat (RWA)-collaterized
USDT, USDC and others
Crypto-collaterized
DAI, USDD and others
Algorithmic
FRAX, sUSD, USDX and others
Ethena
Delta-neutral stablecoin
Aegis
Delta-neutral stablecoin
  • Independence from other stablecoins

    This criterion assesses whether the stablecoin operates on its own unique protocols and backing assets, rather than being tied to or reliant on the performance or stability of other stablecoins.

  • Direct rewards

    Users earn continuous yields by simply holding USDa, with no staking, lockups, or waiting periods required. Rewards from holding USDa are perpetual and can be claimed at any time as they are accrued.

  • Transparency on exchanges positions

    Evaluates how openly and accurately a stablecoin's holdings, issuance, and operations are reported, especially in the context of exchange listings and reserves.

  • Freedom from banking system

    Indicates the degree to which a stablecoin's value and operations are independent from traditional financial and banking systems. This can involve the methods of collateralization or the mechanisms of value stability.

  • Yield generation

    The stablecoin incorporates a mechanism that enables income generation for individuals who hold or stake the currency, providing a potential source of passive earnings.

  • Onchain audibiluty

    Pertains to the ease and thoroughness with which the stablecoin’s transactions and backing assets can be audited using the blockchain. It is an important factor for transparency and security.

  • Governance

    Relates to the processes in place for making decisions regarding the stablecoin's future, changes to protocols, or any adjustments. It often involves how much influence token holders have on the network’s direction.

  • Stability mechanism

    Describes the method by which the stablecoin maintains its peg to a certain value, typically $1 USD. This could be through collateral, algorithms, or a combination of various factors.

  • Programmability

    The extent to which the stablecoin can interact with smart contracts and be integrated into various applications and platforms, allowing for automated and complex financial transactions.

Stablecoins comparsion*

Feature list
Fiat (RWA)-Collaterized
USDT, USDC and others
Crypto-Collaterized
DAI, USDD and others
Algorithmic
FRAX, sUSD, USDX and others
Ethena
Delta-neutral stablecoin
Aegis
Delta-neutral stablecoin
  • Independence from other stablecoins

    This criterion assesses whether the stablecoin operates on its own unique protocols and backing assets, rather than being tied to or reliant on the performance or stability of other stablecoins.

  • Direct Rewards

    Users earn continuous yields by simply holding USDa, with no staking, lockups, or waiting periods required. Rewards from holding USDa are perpetual and can be claimed at any time as they are accrued.

  • Transparency on exchanges positions

    Evaluates how openly and accurately a stablecoin's holdings, issuance, and operations are reported, especially in the context of exchange listings and reserves.

  • Freedom from banking system

    Indicates the degree to which a stablecoin's value and operations are independent from traditional financial and banking systems. This can involve the methods of collateralization or the mechanisms of value stability.

  • Yield generation

    The stablecoin incorporates a mechanism that enables income generation for individuals who hold or stake the currency, providing a potential source of passive earnings.

  • Onchain audibiluty

    Pertains to the ease and thoroughness with which the stablecoin’s transactions and backing assets can be audited using the blockchain. It is an important factor for transparency and security.

  • Governance

    Relates to the processes in place for making decisions regarding the stablecoin's future, changes to protocols, or any adjustments. It often involves how much influence token holders have on the network’s direction.

  • Stability mechanism

    Describes the method by which the stablecoin maintains its peg to a certain value, typically $1 USD. This could be through collateral, algorithms, or a combination of various factors.

  • Programmability

    The extent to which the stablecoin can interact with smart contracts and be integrated into various applications and platforms, allowing for automated and complex financial transactions.

Stablecoins comparsion*

Stablecoin example
USDT
DAI
Frax
Ethena
Aegis
  • Independence from other stablecoins

    This criterion assesses whether the stablecoin operates on its own unique protocols and backing assets, rather than being tied to or reliant on the performance or stability of other stablecoins.

  • Direct rewards

    Users earn continuous yields by simply holding USDa, with no staking, lockups, or waiting periods required. Rewards from holding USDa are perpetual and can be claimed at any time as they are accrued.

  • Transparency on exchanges positions

    Evaluates how openly and accurately a stablecoin's holdings, issuance, and operations are reported, especially in the context of exchange listings and reserves.

  • Freedom from banking system

    Indicates the degree to which a stablecoin's value and operations are independent from traditional financial and banking systems. This can involve the methods of collateralization or the mechanisms of value stability.

  • Yield generation

    The stablecoin incorporates a mechanism that enables income generation for individuals who hold or stake the currency, providing a potential source of passive earnings.

  • Onchain audibiluty

    Pertains to the ease and thoroughness with which the stablecoin’s transactions and backing assets can be audited using the blockchain. It is an important factor for transparency and security.

  • Governance

    Relates to the processes in place for making decisions regarding the stablecoin's future, changes to protocols, or any adjustments. It often involves how much influence token holders have on the network’s direction.

  • Stability mechanism

    Describes the method by which the stablecoin maintains its peg to a certain value, typically $1 USD. This could be through collateral, algorithms, or a combination of various factors.

  • Programmability

    The extent to which the stablecoin can interact with smart contracts and be integrated into various applications and platforms, allowing for automated and complex financial transactions.

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