The decentralized stablecoin on the EOS blockchain

1 EOSDT =
1 USD

EOSDT is a safe-haven currency, pegged to USD and backed by EOS collateral at all times

Current state

collateralized

generated

collateralization

The EOSDT stablecoin utilizes core components of the Equilibrium framework

Robust price feeds

Oraclized market data facilitates mark-to-market for EOSDT positions

Agile on-chain liquidation

The liquidation system is comprised of smart contracts and arbitration bots to support wiping out undercollateralized EOSDT

NUT tokens

NUT is used for covering fees and as a governance token

Decentralized governance

Smart contract system lets the community vote for global EOSDT parameters

Robust price feeds

Oraclized market data facilitates mark-to-market for EOSDT positions

Agile on-chain liquidation

The liquidation system is comprised of smart contracts and arbitration bots to support wiping out undercollateralized EOSDT

NUT tokens

NUT is used for covering fees and as a governance token

Decentralized governance

Smart contract system lets the community vote for global EOSDT parameters

EOSDT is available at

Exchanges
Wallets

FAQ

How does EOSDT work?
Each EOSDT stablecoin is backed by the EOS cryptocurrency stored by a secure smart contract on the EOS blockchain. Anyone may lock their digital assets there as collateral and issue EOSDT against it.
How do I obtain EOSDT?
Use the self-service gateway at https://gateway.eosdt.com to deposit your collateral and generate the desired amount EOSDT against it. You may also buy EOSDT from various exchanges that list it.
What keeps EOSDT prices stable?
Equilibrium incentivizes third-party participants, known as arbitrators, to maintain EOSDT’s USD peg. Arbitrators are automated programs that search for arbitrage opportunities when EOSDT’s price deviates from the peg. They also participate in liquidation auctions to ensure timely management of liquidated debt and collateral.
What can I use EOSDT for?

EOSDT is stable cryptocurrency with a predictable price and low volatility versus its peers, so it’s suitable for a wide range of financial activities. For example:

  • Leverage: Users can get more capital by generating EOSDT without spending the collateral they have a bullish exposure to.
  • Hedging: During periods of market turmoil, EOSDT offers a safe-haven for preserving the value of user holdings.
  • Lending and borrowing: High volatility creates an uncertain lending environment where borrowers and lenders can’t effectively gauge how risky a loan might be. EOSDT’s low volatility is perfectly suited for stable, predictable loans.
  • Payments/online purchases: Users can spend EOSDT with merchants that accept cryptocurrency. Merchants require a low-volatility form of money to accurately price their products and services.
  • Decentralized exchanges: Decentralized exchanges are frequently unable to provide fiat-like quotes for currency pairs. EOSDT lets users trade their assets for a low-volatility cryptocurrency.
  • Exchange pairs: It is difficult to track profit and loss when the currency pair’s value is volatile as users make trades. Using EOSDT as part of a trading pair allows for greater price predictability.
How much does it cost to use EOSDT?
Users may currently lend themselves EOSDT at an APR as low as 1%, payable in NUT tokens at the time of loan repayment.
Why the need for overcollaterization?
To make sure that new EOSDT cryptocurrency won’t be subject to collateral runs or speculative attacks, we must maintain a collateral backing of at least 100%. The 130% figure comes from analyzing current levels of collateral volatility and aspects of the technical infrastructure around EOSDT.
How is my collateral secured?
Your collateral is held in an EOS-based smart contract. The contract has been inspected for security by independent third-party auditors. No users or other contracts have access to your funds.
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