On Monday, the crypto economy experienced significant market activity with $183.85 billion in global trade volume over 24 hours, with a large portion of those trades involving stablecoins. USDC traded near parity with the U.S. dollar, and several stablecoins, including tether and BUSD, sold at premiums. Tether reached a high of $1.04 per unit and BUSD rose to $1.03 per coin during the morning trading sessions (ET).
Small Handful of Stablecoin Assets Trade for Premiums as USDC Closes $1 Parity Gap
On Monday, stablecoins experienced significant trade volumes after USDC had difficulty maintaining its peg to the U.S. dollar over the weekend. This caused five other stablecoins to depeg just below the $1 value. Today, USDC has almost closed the gap and is trading at
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