TUSD is called True USD for a reason. The money is backed 1:1 with the US dollar. If you feel comfortable with USDT only being backed by 70% of assets, then be my guest. There’s no way I would ever dip my toes into USDT, and I’ll just stick with my TUSD holdings.
Cameron May 5, 2019 Reply
TUSD is a pretty responsible project for crypto. This is one of those coins that you should feel safe to leave your digital fiat in. It's not because its deemed a stable coin, it's because TUSD is a a project that's actually backed by something other than hopes and promises. It's also way better to park gains here to avoid paying taxes depending on where you're from.
Justin March 28, 2019 Reply
True USD is a lifesaver. I don't know about everyone else here, but I use TUSD to transfer my crypto from my wallet to my bank to cash out super fast. I would be left holding some serious bags if TUSD didn't exist so I have a lot of respect for this coin
Kendrick March 10, 2019 Reply
I'm unsure where I can exchange my TUSD. What major exchange accepts this coin? I have some that I want to turn into Bitcoin but I don't know where to do this.
Phil February 26, 2019 Reply
Actually the question is - did anyone try to buy bitcoin using this tool? What are the pitfalls? Through exchangers for the bestchance commission of about 10%, I don't really want to overpay.
Greg August 12, 2018 Reply
The TrustToken Platform is the bridge between blockchains and the $256 trillion worth of real-world assets. Each tokenized asset will issue its own new coin. These coins represent fractional ownership and control of the asset. ...