Commodity-backed Stable-coins are backed by physical commodities, such as gold, silver, or oil. Even real estate or blockchain trusts and blockchain corporations, can be used as collateral for this kind of Stable-coin. In a sense, commodity-backed Stable-coins are a digital representation of a valuable real-world asset. But why would anyone need this?
Or the better question would be:
Why are millions of Corporations, Trusts and Domain Names being registered across the world every year, again and again?
These millions of corporations, trusts and domain names are digital assets, and they represent Trillions of Dollars in real-world value.
What if you could get your hands on a portfolio of 6,000,000 (Six Million) Corporations and Trusts, which are all registered on the Blockchain, debt free and ready to trade like any corporation in the world?
These commodity-backed BBC Stable-coins are particularly useful for those who find it difficult to get their hands on literal precious materials or corporate assets but still want to invest in them. Investing in a commodity-backed Stable-coin, say one that is backed by a portfolio of Blockchain Corporations and Trusts, gives an investor something that holds the same value as the collateral and can be liquidated when desired. And, because the value of these assets isn't nearly as volatile as that of fiat or cryptocurrencies, investing in commodity-backed BBC Stable-coins can be a safer route.
WHAT MAKES COMMODITY-BACKED BBC STABLE-COINS SPECIAL?
The Perfect Digital Hedge Against Inflation: Commodity-backed BBC stablecoins are less susceptible to inflation than fiat currencies and digital equivalents. The reason remains that these digital assets are merely representations of value from real-world assets, which means that although the value of fiat may fluctuate, these currencies remain stable since their value is backed by the underlying commodities.
Liquidity: Besides holding the same value as the collateral, these currencies can be liquidated when needed because of their high demand compared to supply. BBC stablecoins can be more liquid than their physical counterparts. For instance, gold-backed tokens issued according to the ERC-20 standards can be swapped for other EVM-compatible assets with near-instant settlements. The same rule applies to the BBC stablecoins. The liquid nature of the commodity-backed BBC stablecoin enhances its utility and stability, making it a reliable store of value since its worth is never questioned. Also, because they are less volatile than fiat money, they're a great choice for investors who cannot access precious materials.
Convenient Measure of Value: However, the BBC Stable-Coin will be linked 1:1 against the USD as a commodity-backed stablecoin, which is still a lot safer than other forms of stablecoins, especially algorithmic stablecoins. The most important aspect of the commodity-backed BBC stablecoin is that the underlying asset portfolio of 6,000,000 Blockchain Trusts and Blockchain Corporations will never lose its value or fluctuate its prices downwards. Like with any corporation or trust, the value increases like fine wine, year after year.
Transparency and Auditing: Asset-backed BBC stablecoins will always offer 2 times more underlying assets than BBC Coins in circulation, guaranteeing a stable and secure portfolio, standing as a 2 : 1 security pledge for each issued BBC stablecoin. It does not eliminate the rigorous audits to verify the existence and quantity of the underlying assets before any digital coins are minted. Overall, all BBC stablecoin are built on concrete transparency and user trust. All users can independently verify that the stated commodities of 6,000,000 Blockchain Corporations and Trusts indeed back the BBC stablecoins in a secured portfolio with the custodian.
Global Accessibility: Commodity-backed BBC stablecoins remain a global means of merchandise with unlimited, unfettered global adoption for all willing to trade with same. Being a globally utilized currency, it becomes an alternative stable currency in foreign regions or a better alternative for individuals with unstable or inflationary fiat currencies. These stablecoins offer secure and reliable seamless transactions, storing value and accessing global markets without limits or being subject to local economic uncertainties.
5 Great Reasons Why We Created The Blockchain Bank Stable Coin
The BBC stablecoin is like a cryptocurrency which offers low volatility against the world’s major fiat currencies, Using the advantages of decentralized technology. In short, the BBC stablecoin can be explained as a cryptocurrency with a fixed price.
The BBC stablecoin offers a number of use cases than that of the blockchain. Usually, individuals no need to worry about the price fluctuations of the cryptocurrency daily while buying or investing them. Stability in cryptocurrencies allows people to execute quickly and it also enables other crucial financial functions, including credit and loans.
The reliable BBC stablecoins develop as a new opportunity for investors who want to make a transaction via a global currency, providing access to all.
Moreover, a decentralized powered BBC stablecoin could become a universal currency by allowing trustless and cross-border transactions
The choice of BBC stablecoins will support the capital market order and present a new option for Decentralized Finance (DeFi) on the blockchain like derivatives markets and lending.
PEGGING AND DE-PEGGING OF COMMODITY-BACKED BBC STABLECOINS
Pegging refers to merging value by linking a stable's coin value to fiat or a combination of real-world assets. The most popular type of pegging we've seen existing is the fiat, U.S. dollar (USD), Euro (EUR), etc. For instance, a stablecoin may aim to maintain a 1:1 ratio with the U.S. dollar- what this means is that each unit of that stablecoin will be valued at one U.S. dollar worth. Hence, the total supply of the stablecoin must be the same as the total amount of USD locked up with the custodian.
De-pegging happens when the stablecoin's value is no longer fixed to the asset it was tied to in the beginning. De-pegging happens for various reasons, including regulatory issues, changes in the condition of the market, or a deliberate decision of the stablecoin issuer. Once a stablecoin is de-pegged, its value may float freely like other volatile cryptocurrencies or be re-pegged to the same asset or a different one.
Since the commodity-backed BBC stablecoin is pegged to the value of existing commodities such as a portfolio of 6,000,000 Blockchain Corporations & Trusts and measured in USD, it makes it very viable because those commodities, while remaining the underlying asset, provide value by the over-collateralization of commodities measured in USD. These corporate assets will always stay with the custodian and will never be de-pegged.
Stablecoins serve as both a means of payment and a store of value for a range of DeFi transactions and could be used more generally to buy goods and services in the future. Stablecoins tie their value to the value of a real-world asset such as corporations, trusts or the U.S. dollar through various stabilization mechanisms. This note categorizes the stabilization mechanisms for on-chain collateralization. Understanding the BBC stablecoin's particular stabilization mechanism helps identify the potential risk of a run on the BBC stablecoin in times of stress when users might panic amid a lack of information about or appreciation of the possible scenarios triggered by a regular stablecoin breaking the peg.
What is the Blockchain?
A blockchain is like an online record, or an online ledger that is shared amongst nodes, or computers that are in a network. The blockchain stores information electronically online and transmits this information across all the nodes, or computers connected on a network. Blockchains are popular for their use in cryptocurrency transactions. Cryptocurrencies are online currencies that rely on the blockchain, and can be used to perform high speed payment transactions globally without the interference of Governments or any Central Authority. The blockchain’s security relies on complicated computer codes that make it almost impossible for hackers to hack; also, the data stored on the blockchain are accessible by anyone on the network.
The need for third party trusts was to stand as sureties so that any party involved will not forge the agreement, or deny any involvement. With Blockchain, there is no need for third party verification, as the transactions, their history, and every other detail that should be known are clearly seen on the blockchain.
The blockchain as the name implies, is a chain of blocks. Each block contains information. When a transaction happens, or when a person or corporation registers their Blockchain Trust® on the blockchain, their corporate details are stored in a block, and every transaction that they perform is stored on that block related to their Blockchain Trust®. If the block is full, another block is created, and linked to the previous block. This process forms a chain of blocks that contain history of transactions, and interactions of the user on the network. With this, people quickly verify if the claims that the user is making are true or not, providing 100% proof of work that their Blockchain Trust® is legally registered on the blockchain.
Activities on the blockchain cannot be reversed; rather a new block will be created every time a person performs a new transaction containing the new data. The blockchain therefore doesn’t provide for alterations. Time stamps are assigned to blocks, or to every transaction that is created on the blockchain, as there will be no record, without time. These timestamps are essential to the security of the blockchain. The blockchain is decentralized, and this means that the blockchain doesn’t need third parties to validate requests or transactions; it links the individuals who want to perform a transaction together. The transactions are extremely fast, and do not require a high fee.
The use of the blockchain is very vast for example for cryptocurrency transactions, which is just one of the uses. Blockchain can be used in any industry and can be applied in many ways; it can be used for voting, since the ledger is un-editable. Companies and organizations can keep their records online; manage inventory and even employee data on the blockchain. Healthcare data, real-estate, etc, can use the blockchain to compute their data. One of the most important uses of the blockchain is what is called a smart contract. As the name implies, it is an agreement between two bodies, and that agreement is created on the blockchain. As each party completes their part of the agreement, the blockchain is updated, and more blocks are created.
What is a Trust?
A trust is an agreement between two parties; the creator of the trust called a settlor or grantor, the person or organization to which the asset is committed to their trust called the trustee, and a third party that benefits from the engagement of the two above, called a beneficiary. The blockchain can be used to draw up a contract between the grantor and the trustee, and a Blockchain Trust can be formed on the blockchain without the interference of a regulatory body, 100% decentralized, yet based on international common law.
Each Blockchain Trust® is legally constituted, registered and established on the Blockchain Networks and abides to the Laws and Regulations of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) regarding the international sale of goods; international commercial dispute resolution, including both arbitration and conciliation; electronic commerce; insolvency, including cross-border insolvency; international transport of goods; international payments; procurement and infrastructure development; and security interests.
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Mode of Operation for the Blockchain Trust®
The Blockchain Trust® is built on the multiple Blockchain networks, and just like the blockchain technology functions, blocks of information are used to assemble a unique trust for each of our clients. As soon as there are transactions or changes whatsoever, they are recorded on the network to remain forever verifiable by any party.
While we assemble each Blockchain Trust® for clients, triggers are built into the smart contracts which permit the alteration of its structures should certain unforeseen circumstances occur. With this, flexibility is achieved, allowing for strategic actions in the face of indeterminable situations.
The flexible nature of the Blockchain Trust® allows it to metamorphose into a global trading company, investment fund, wealth management trust, or an irrevocable income only trust should our client need to apply for Medicaid. Also, the Blockchain Trust® has an original position of being an irrevocable Asset Protection Trust, which places clients in the safest position against lawsuits, creditors and asset predators generally. Such uniqueness makes it possible for your Blockchain Trust® to function as any type of legal Trust that fits your needs.
The Blockchain Trust® is completely digital with users having unrestricted access to all the information through a secure login. Also, trustees, beneficiaries and protectors may access relevant information and documents in order to execute all their duties on the platform.
ARE CORPORATE SHAREHOLDERS & DIRECTORS ALLOWED?
Yes! You can also register any existing company as shareholder and owner of your Blockchain Trust. In this case your personal name does not show up as the owner but your company name. Our Blockchain Trust companies can issue up to 1,000,000 ordinary shares of $10 each. Issuing 1,000,000 shares at $10 means you have flexibility to issue shares to other private or corporate shareholders in the future and your liability is limited to $10,000,000 in case you raised investor capital for your Blockchain Trust.
In situations where the Blockchain Trusts® gets challenged, it goes to no issue because all information regarding operations is always recorded on the blocks. This includes amendments made to documents, who accessed documents at every point in time, directives given, time of each activity, and dates for every action.
The Blockchain Trust® allows for asset registration as well as giving the users the ability to record every transferred asset to the trust on the Blockchain networks. In situations of death, since the records are there to show, successor trustees won’t encounter difficulties since they have both instantaneous access to the trust, as well as complete and updated records of both accounts and activities.
The Blockchain Trust® with the aid of advanced technology – the Blockchain, provides for estate management and the legal requirements involved for preparation. This makes the whole asset protection journey simpler than traditional estate planning.
Estate planning Attorneys are not left out since the platform makes it less cumbersome to manage the plans of their clients. With the Blockchain Trust®, attorneys and related parties are given the opportunity of a master plan for customizing their clients’ Trusts, as well as managing them effectively over a long period. An outstanding quality is that there are no hard copy printouts or physical signatures needed since everything is done online. Should changes be required, its implementation and verification is being carried out electronically via the established Blockchain Trust® Protocol.
The Blockchain Trust® also accommodates the creation of new blocks to contain necessary information like instruction sets or banking information that can be physically removed from the clients’ estate planning portfolio. Things like transferring of assets for real properties, investment options, and related services that will be useful to users are also offered within the Blockchain Trust®. Also, there is unrestricted access to cryptocurrencies like ether, bitcoin and other digital currencies such as the Blockchain Bank Coin. Assets can also be converted into cryptocurrencies, which is particularly useful for protecting assets.
With the ever changing revolution in both technology and law, the Blockchain Trust® is built to take advantage of the existing situation to protect clients from wanton disturbances. The future of estate and asset protection strategy has been brought to our door steps.
The Benefits Of Blockchain Asset Protection Trust® Are Endless
There are tons of benefits you get while using the Blockchain Trust® in comparison to the traditional trust. Through the Blockchain Trusts® assets can now be secured on the blockchain without forgery, or editing. Every action taken on that contract will be transparent and easily accessible.
The Blockchain Trust® also offers tax exemptions due to its decentralized nature, with low registration fees of only $2,999.00 and annual maintenance fees of only $99.00, no hidden charges, and takes less than 30 MINUTES to register. It also allows registered clients to perform unhindered transactions globally. It also offers anonymity, this means those registered on the blockchain can only be identified using a unique Transaction Hash code, and not by their names or anything as regards their assets. This protects the owners of the assets from creditors, lawsuits and litigation. The registration process is smooth and quick, in comparison to traditional methods.
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