Use cases

Managing stablecoin cash is risky, cumbersome, and costly. USD+ solves these problems for 3 distinct groups of stakeholders:

  • For fiat investors; USD+ solves for easy access to a superior yield generation with minimum risk and maximum liquidity

  • For the crypto community; USD+ simplifies stablecoin cash management, an opportunistic and non-core activity, that can be time-consuming and costly

  • For AMMs; USD+ provides an opportunity to earn a yield on massive amounts of liquidity locked in protocols like SushiSwap and Uniswap, liquidity that is not currently generating any yield for them

For fiat investors:

  • An online broker, aka Robinhood, lets its clientele buy USD+ from its app as a high yield alternative to the money market fund

  • A neobank, aka Revolut, builds a savings account, with the rate linked to Overnight's yield

  • A qualified investor invests in a registered/regulated fund in a respectable jurisdiction, e.g. Switzerland, Singapore, or the Netherlands, that holds USD+

For the crypto community:

  • A solid alternative for low-risk users who are still in a look out for yields in DeFi

  • A crypto-investor temporarily exits its ETH position and holds USD+ tokens as a ‘risk-free yield generating alternative’ until their market view improves

  • A new blockchain project raises [Х] mil USD in cryptocurrency and stablecoins to fund its 2-year roadmap, project chooses to keep it in USD+ to minimize volatility while earning ~2 bps / 7.6% APY a day

For AMMs:

  • A decentralized exchange, aka SushiSwap, lowers fees and sponsors USDC/USD+, wETH/USD+, etc. trading pairs, as it starts receiving interest on USD+ posted by liquidity providers

The above use cases are centered around yield generation. As USD+ is a stablecoin, there are many use cases around payments, be that P2P, B2C, or C2B, onchain or across chains. Given USD+ is pegged to USDC, onchain to off-chain use cases are also possible.

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