Latest Stablecoin News

Sberbank has submitted an application to the Central Bank of Russia to register a platform for issuing its own stablecoin - Sbercoin.
UK Treasury has officially equated the Ripple's XRP to cryptocurrencies along with Bitcoin and Ethereum, saying its not a security.
The White House may impose restrictions on the use of stablecoins under the pretext of combating money laundering and financial terrorism.
Facebook's long-awaited controversial stablecoin, Libra, developed in the United States may launch in January 2021 at the earliest.
Financial leaders from the G7 will oppose the launch of Facebook's Libra stablecoin until it is properly regulated, according to a report. 
In 2024, the European Union (EU) will introduce crypto regulations that will promote digital asset usage for international money transfers.
The global payments giant PayPal is partnering with Paxos to facilitate the supply of digital currencies for its upcoming crypto services.
FSB Recommends Common Stablecoins Regulation
Apr 15, 2020
MD Rockybul Hasan
The Financial Stability Board (FSB) recommends common stablecoins regulation for all businesses, regardless of the technology used.
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) is seeking to oversee Facebook Libra Stablecoin Regulations in Australia.
Russian Central Bank has started testing of stablecoin pegged to real estate under its regulatory sandbox according to its Chairman Elvira Nabiullina.