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Everything you need to know about Stablecoins
In May 2022, one of the largest stablecoins, Terra’s USD, a cryptocurrency whose value is designed to remain stable at $1 collapsed and lost investors $18 billion dollars.
Stablecoins have become a key pillar in the world of decentralised finance, providing investors with stable crypto assets that are protected from volatility due to assumption that their value is pegged to the dollar. With the collapse of UST however, this assumption has now been broken.
There is a clear need for everyone in finance to understand more about these digital assets. What are they? Who uses them? How do they work? And what are their risks?
This short course will guide you through the noise and provide you with the right foundation to understand the world of stablecoins.
It explains how the two main types of stablecoins work, the risks and regulatory considerations, and details the differences between 10 stablecoins: Tether / USDC / Binance USD / Dai / TrueUSD / Pax Dollar / Neutrino / Frax / Magic Internet Money and of course Terra USD. It also compares collateral-based stablecoins to money market funds, a financial product that has been around for 50 years.
Learn everything about Stablecoins in under 60 mins
... and understand this new asset class
With this online stablecoin course, you will:
The expert you’ll be learning from
Huy Nguyen Trieu
Co-Founder – Centre for Finance, Technology and Entrepreneurship
Huy Nguyen Trieu is the Co-Founder of CFTE. He is also the CEO of The Disruptive Group, a business builder and advisory firm in innovation and finance, and Venture Partner at Mundi Ventures, an early-stage VC fund in Fintech and Insurtech. He believes that in a world led by technology, we shouldn’t forget the importance of people, which is why he co-founded CFTE to help people improve their skills and find opportunities.
Prior to setting up CFTE, Huy was a Managing Director at Citi, and previously at Royal Bank of Scotland and Société Générale. Before banking, he was the CEO of Ukibi, a VC-funded startup in the US. He is a frequent keynote speaker in Europe and Asia, likes to teach and share with students and entrepreneurs, and is regularly quoted in articles on innovation and finance. He writes the blog Disruptive Finance, is an Entrepreneurship Expert at Oxford Said Entrepreneurship Centre and a Fintech Fellow at the Centre for Global Finance and Technology at Imperial College. He was also a member of ESMA’s Consultative Working Group for financial innovation and a founding member of the Asian SuperCharger, one of the largest Fintech accelerators in Asia. Huy is a graduate from MIT (US), École Polytechnique (France) and Ecole des Ponts et Chaussees (France).