Regulated stable coins

It’s quite difficult to find information about regulated stable coins. If we open Top Stablecoin Tokens by Market Capitalization | CoinMarketCap and go through the list one by one for some its description mentions regulations. I found those apparently to be really regulated coins

  • USDC
  • PayPal USD (PYUSD)
  • Pax Dollar (USDP)
  • Gemini Dollar (GUSD)
  • Anchored Coins AEUR.

And for TUSD and EURC it was at least somehow mentioned:

“The statutory status granted to TrueUSD as an authorized digital currency and medium of exchange in the Commonwealth of Dominica marks a significant step towards regulatory recognition and acceptance.”

“As EURC continues to evolve, it remains a significant player in the realm of cryptocurrencies and blockchain, contributing to the development of multi-currency digital banking and near-instant foreign exchange. Its journey reflects a blend of technological innovation, regulatory compliance, and community involvement, positioning it as a noteworthy stablecoin in the digital currency space.”

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Depends where you see the regulation. From Europe… USDC isn’t coz they store usd in bonds where Europe doesn’t see it like a good idea…

I found a paper from officials in states about regulated for USA but no idea of the link now. The list you provided looks pretty correct to me.

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