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    Justin Sun confirms that the Tron Blockchain will be integrated with Samsung Blockchain Keystore

It's Official: Tron CEO Justin Sun Confirms Much-Hyped Partnership with Samsung
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Tron CEO Justin Sun has confirmed Tron's partnership with Samsung that will allow building dApps on the company's devices. 

Earlier today, Misha Lederman, the CCO of Tron-based BeatzCoin reported that Samsung was prepared to work with transactions on the Tron ledger and adds Tron APIs.

 

On Friday, October 25, Justin Sun took to his Twitter account to promise an announcement of a new partnership that Tron planed to start with a ‘hundred billion USD megacorporation’ next week.

Some assumed that it would be Samsung back then.

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Previously, the community suspected that a collaboration with Samsung would be announced soon.

In his tweet, Misha Lederman states that in the near future BTT, TRX, USDT-Tron and Tron-based BeatzCoin are going to be exposed to a vast number of Samsung Galaxy S10 users.

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    According to its Financial Stability Report of November 2019, the Board of Governors has warned about the dangers of stablecoins.

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The Board of Governors of the U.S. Federal Reserve System have issued their monthly Financial Stability Report. This special report is dedicated to the profits and risks of "global stablecoins".

Stablecoins: Global System with So Many "Ifs"

First, the Federal Reserve admits to the numerous advantages that stablecoins present as a concept. It has been highlighed that stablecoins are "faster, cheaper, and more inclusive payments could complement existing payment systems". This is in comparison to cases where traditional financial institutions are sophisticated and poorly accessible. Stablecoins can also be managed to eliminate the volatility of cryptocurrencies, which is one of the borders for them to be utilized as the medium for exchange.

Therefore, the "global stablecoin initiatives" like Facebook's Libra can rapidly achieve cross-border adoption. However, the major threat for stablecoins is apparent - the "inability to convert in national currency". The loss of confidence in "pegging" the stablecoin to traditional assets can lead to a run, in which several holders will attempt to liquidate their stablecoins at the same time.

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This dramatic scenario may be caused by "poor design and governance", and can result in severe consequences for international economic activity, asset prices, and financial stability.

Transparency First

The Federal Reserve also outlined in its report that in many cases, stablecoins can be utilized for money laundering, terrorist financing, and other financial crimes. Therefore, the Federal Reserve would require operators of such systems to conduct their Due Diligence, as well as Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) procedures to avoid any abuse. Moreover, the problems of disclosure policy and protecting investor data should be of paramount importance for stablecoin issuers:

Disclosures should clearly detail consumer and investor rights and protections, including whether the holder of the stablecoin has any rights to the underlying asset. Issuers should be transparent on how the stablecoin is tied to the underlying asset, has been said in the Report.

Last but not least, the report highlighted that the Federal Reserve, together with the Group of Seven, will closely monitor stablecoin developments as well as all the risks associated with it.

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