DigiByte May Launch Its Own Decentralized Stablecoin
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The DigiByte team is working on the launch of the decentralized stablecoin called DigiDollars.

The project founder Jared Tate wrote in his Twitter account: "so its time we make the DigiDollar."

According to Tate, users should not trust companies that act as a central bank that prints digital tokens. Tate proposed creating a decentralized system in which users will provide their own DigiDollars with their own bank account tied to the wallet. Using a smart contract and API the balance will be confirmed in real-time.

Tate claims "there is no central authority to control anything. The proof of the reserve is literally millions of people or more."

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Earlier iHodl reported that Tate wrote criticized Poloniex claiming it a TRON shill factory after making off U.S. customers' sensitive data.

Shortly Poloniex announced it would delist DigiByte as the project isn't "qualified" per its listing standard.

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