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Eidoo lists Moneyfold, a new stablecoin pegged to EUR

Amelia Tomasicchio
Amelia Tomasicchio

We are thrilled to announce Eidoo is listing a new stablecoin called Moneyfold (EURM) pegged to EUR.

In 2018, Moneyfold graduated from a regulatory sandbox promoted by the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom, achieving FCA approval for the issuance of fiat-backed tokens on the Ethereum blockchain — regulated electronic money on a public blockchain.

Today, Eidoo integrates Moneyfold to launch a beta version for eligible users to experience this euro stablecoin and atomic swaps directly from our app.

Stablecoins come in different varieties depending on what type of asset is backing them. Moneyfold specialises in the so called fiat-backed stablecoins — that is Ethereum-based tokens pegged to the value of national currencies like the British Pound and the Euro.

Eidoo’s mission is to make digital assets accessible to the larger public, by providing a simple yet secure blockchain experience through its products. The partnership with Moneyfold represents our dedication to lowering the entry barriers to crypto assets and to boosting decentralized finance. In addition to a variety of cryptocurrencies, the wallet is adding support for fiat-backed tokens, gold stablecoins and security assets.

The listing of EURM tokens is part of a commitment towards enabling a more integrated experience between banking and crypto assets. In line with this, the company has recently launched the purchase of cryptocurrencies via credit cards and SEPA wire transfers.

How does Moneyfold work?

Operating under a small E-Money financial services licence, Moneyfold backs its tokens 1-to-1 with customer deposits that are held and safeguarded in segregated accounts at approved credit institutions. For every EURM token (eur stablecoin) that exists on the blockchain, there is a real euro in reserve that belongs to the client. In other words, if something were to happen to Moneyfold, those reserve funds still belong to the customers and can be claimed by them.

The EURM token is more than yet another digital credit note representing a physical asset in the real world, it is actual electronic money as set out by the EU’s Electronic Money Directive. It exists in the financial system as a store of monetary value. Users have access to daily proof-of-funds and can directly verify that the stablecoin in circulation is fully backed by reserves.

Moneyfold fiat-backed tokens are safeguarded in segregated bank accounts so that clients’ funds are held separately from the company’s operating funds. There is no commingling of funds — this way customers interests are protected. EURM owners are able to redeem their tokens against the underlying funds at any time.

Moneyfold issues new EURM tokens as soon as a euros are deposited in the relevant bank account, and redeemed EURM tokens are destroyed when those funds are withdrawn, so that a full reserve is preserved at all times.

Moneyfold’s FCA authorization enables the company to issue fiat-backed tokens related to a variety of national currencies. Through their partnership Moneyfold and Eidoo will continue to expand their product offering to other currencies.

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Amelia Tomasicchio
Amelia Tomasicchio

Amelia is an investigative digital currency journalist and marketing expert. She started working in the fintech industry in 2014, after graduating from university in Rome with a thesis about how the movie industry relates to Bitcoin. She believes that the blockchain will change the way the economy operates worldwide.

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