Ted Turner has made an prediction many are interested in. And it’s on his Coin Bureau channel with million of subscribers who listen to what he says.
Coin Bureau host Guy Turner tells his 2.2 million subscribers that Circle’s USD Coin (USDC), the second-largest stablecoin by market cap, is on its way to overtaking Tether’s USDT as the world’s dominant stablecoin.
“The growth of USDC’s supply over the past few years is further evidence that [USDC’s] strategy has been working. I also think that it’s inevitable that USDC will become the predominant stablecoin in the next two years. However, I can’t say that I’m completely happy about that.”
Turner warns viewers about his concerns with USDC’s issuer Circle, a centralized firm that he says answers to the traditional finance (TradFi) world and perhaps has a goal of monopolizing the market.
“While Circle’s vision for crypto payments adoption is something I can get on board with, I’m still quite skeptical of its true underlying motives. It is backed by Goldman. It is partnered with BlackRock. It has embarked on some powerful lobbying initiatives to get in the ears of politicians in [Washington DC] and Brussels.
It’s also shown that it’s ready and willing to censor transactions should it be instructed to do so by the powers that be. I also think that stablecoin competition is healthy. It encourages issuers to continue developing better products and allows people to diversify their stablecoin holdings. We don’t want a monopoly.
This is part of the reason why I do hope that one-day Tether does come out with a full audit so that it can address the fund once and for all. It could also help to calm the nerves of the increasingly edgy crypto community.
Until that time, Circle is going to continue its aggressive growth.”
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