Crypto wallet supplier Blockchain.com is seeking to partner having an unnamed stablecoin job at the end of 2019, the firm's CEO Peter Smith shown in a meeting using crypto news bureau The Block Jan. 21.
Blockchain.com, which reportedly provides 32 million wallets, with the majority of them busy to date, is supposedly considering record a stablecoin on its own platform.
In the meeting, the CEO of all Blockchain.com stressed that the existing high rivalry in stablecoins will gradually create the industry even more energetic than it currently is. Smith reportedly stated that the firm"will earn a move in there shortly," claiming that Blockchain.com is"not here to simply make it simple to put money into Bitcoin (BTC)."
Smith explained his positive stance on stablecoins, implying that the biggest cryptocurrencieshave become more of an investment automobile rather than instrument for making transactions. He continued:
"For us, stablecoins provide us the capacity of giving everyone a U.S. dollar checking accounts. [...] There is no challenger bank with 30 million banking account. At the same point as we do that, we are going to be doing it in a way that allows them to still control their funds, to still be financially sovereign people"
While Smith has not given any specific facts about the planned partnership, he noticed that Blockchain.com previously invested in several of still undisclosed stablecoin jobs. In addition, he mentioned major stablecoins including Tether (USDT) and Paxos (PAX), stressing that the latter communicates the most trading volume and liquidity.
In November 2018, Blockchain.com fully established service for its Stellar (XLM) altcoin on its own platform, claiming that the firm chose to selected the cryptocurrency because of its scalability capacity, as well as for its ability to make customized tokens.
According to the report, Blockchain.com has worked 100 million transactions since its inception back in 2011, also contains raised $70 million by such firms as Digital Currency Group and Google Ventures.
Back in June 2018, Blockchain,com established an institutional trading platform such as devising (OTC) trading desk, together with OTC services allegedly managed through BPS by a team of experts by Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, along with UBS.