Samsung Galaxy S10 Now Supports Stablecoins: TrueUSD, Maker, USD Coin
Following integration with major cryptos, South Korean tech giant Samsung expands the coins supported by the Galaxy S10 device with three stablecoins.
TrustToken Partners With Binance to Enable In-Exchange TUSD Minting and Redeeming
TrustToken, the stablecoin operator behind usd-pegged token trueusd, announced a partnership with major cryptocurrency exchange Binance in a press release shared with Cointelegraph on June 4.
TrustToken to Release Four New Stablecoins This Year
TrustToken will release four new stablecoins this year that are pegged to Australian dollars, euros, Canadian dollars, and Hong Kong dollars.
TrueUSD Audit Shows Full US Dollar Backing
TrustToken has published the results of an audit of its stablecoin TrueUSD in a blog post on April 8.
A16z-Backed TrustToken Launches Stablecoin Pegged to UK Pound
Crypto startup TrustToken has launched its second stablecoin - one pegged 1:1 to the British pound.
TrueUSD Stablecoin Holders Can Get 'Up to 8%' Interest Via CredEarn
Holders of the dollar-pegged stablecoin TrueUSD can now leverage their funds to generate returns under a new partnership between the token's developer TrustToken and crypto lender Cred.
New Partnership Allows TrueUSD Traders to Audit The Coin's Backing Assets
A new partnership between stablecoin TrueUSD and accounting firm Armanino purportedly allows traders to conduct instant audits of the token's backing.
TrueUSD Stablecoin to Add 'Real Time' Monitoring of Dollar Backing
TrustToken has announced a new partnership that it says will allow traders using its regulated stablecoin, TrueUSD, to have a "Real-time" view of the U.S. dollars backing the token.
Coinbase Exec Joins Stablecoin Issuer TrueUSD as Head of Compliance
A former senior employee at United States crypto exchange Coinbase has left the industry giant to join stablecoin issuer TrustToken as head of compliance, according to the company's official website Jan. 4.
TrustToken Says It Passed 3 Security Audits With No Bugs Found
Crypto startup TrustToken announced Wednesday that its smart contract has passed three independent security audits conducted by Certik, SlowMist and Zeppelin, with no vulnerabilities found.