According to Flare Atlas, an independent resource focused on Flare's ecosystem, with the inception of Flare mainnet, its mechanisms will be fueled by its native stablecoin.
Aurei (AUR) becomes Flare's first-ever stablecoin
The Flare Atlas team announced that Aurei (AUR) stablecoin will be issued on Flare (FLR) and will be used as the network's stablecoin together with F-Assets and ERC-20 token Gala (GALA).
According to its creators, Trustline startup, Aurei (code: AUR, symbol: ₳) should be referred to as the over-collateralized stablecoin created by the protocol liquidity providers.
To mint one AUR, a user should collateralize assets with a value greater than $1. Aurei (AUR) can be backed by Spark (FLR) and F-assets (FXRP, F-DOGE etc.).
To lend Aurei (AUR), holders will receive Trustline Credit Network tokens (TCN). Aurei (AUR) suppliers will be able to withdraw their earnings in both AUR and TCN.
More F-Assets to come?
Flare Atlas mentioned AUR among other assets that are live on Flare (FLR): namely, Litecoin (LTC), Dogecoin (DOGE), Stellar Lumens (XLM) and XRP. Also, GALA token, despite being minted on Ethereum (ETH), will be Flare-compatible.
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