The Canadian Bitcoin ATMs especially the ones of Instacoin now offer dollar-pegged stablecoin for deposit and withdrawals including Tether. The leading ATM operator in Canada will further add seven more stablecoin to its devices as we are reading more in the upcoming Bitcoin news.
The selection goes even beyond USDT which is the most liquid and widely used cryptocurrency and among the dollar-pegged coins backed by the assets in a bank, the devices will offer USDCoin (USDC), TrueUSD (TUSD), Paxos (PAX), and the Gemini Dollar (GUSD). The DAI stablecoin will also become available as a single-collateral and multi-collateral version because the stablecoins offer kind of a hedge against the price fluctuations and are a preferred tool to send and receive assets.
The Canadian Bitcoin ATMs offer fast brokerage services for the users and a new level of anonymity to the buyers. Currently, the ATMs allow purchases and sale up to 10,000 CAD each day and this can be done without identification. When it comes to KYC, this access point could surpass the limits of some exchanges that usually require ID verification for as low as $1,000. Since Instacoin’s ATM operates with cash, the banking information will never be revealed to the device. The only thing that communicates with the ATM is the wallets that keep the assets.
Trying to liquidate stablecoins thorough their central services sites could be a subject to complete KYC and coins such as PAX and TUSD are redeemable for cash but in exchange for creating an account with the issuers and also presenting personal ID. Stablecoins are one of the fastest drivers of growth in the crypto space and the most popular assets are pegged against the US dollar and smaller markets for the EUR-derived ones. The dollar-pegged stablecoins can be sent to any exchange around the world and can be traded or exchanged for other assets.
USDT gave up some of its shares and now stands about 96% of the stablecoin market getting down from above 99% in the past. USDC is the second-most used stablecoin which is often used to switch to fiat. GUSD shrank from 20 million to about 3.9 million coins. Almost all stablecoins are ERC-20 based on the Ethereum network so sending the tokens could be subject to gas or delays.
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