Paxos Partners with Binance Learn & Earn to Educate Investors About Crypto

Paxos is thrilled to announce our partnership with Binance Academy: Learn & Earn! As the world of crypto becomes more complex, we’ve partnered with Binance Academy to develop curricula to educate everyone from individuals to institutions on the transformative potential of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. 

It’s not either Stablecoins or CBDCs. It’s both.

In the last year, stablecoins have exploded to a total market capitalization of $160 billion at heights. Simultaneously, central banks around the world are beginning to research and test the potential for central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).

Transparency and Trust in Paxos-Issued Stablecoins

The most important features of any financial product are its clarity, certainty and transparency. These features define both its utility and its safety. In the case of stablecoins, users should know what they own and outside observers should have a window into the activities of any firm holding reserves. Paxos follows the NYDFS guidelines for portfolio management at all times.

New Report: What Today’s Retail Investors Think About Gold

Paxos surveyed 1,000 adults in the US, UK, Singapore and Germany who have purchased some form of gold – be it ETFs, physical bars, gold coins or tokenized gold in the past two years – to understand their attitudes about the market, their motivations, and their thoughts on the future. 

Paxos Engineers Take Consensus!

Paxos Software Engineers, Liz Rodan and Aileen Huang, chose to use part of their L&D budget to attend Consensus, one of the largest events for crypto, investing, NFTs, DeFi, regulation, Web 3 and the metaverse in Austin, TX. 

Paxos Was Built to Protect its Customers

Paxos Trust Company LLC (“Paxos Trust”) is a regulated financial institution with a primary prudential regulator, which means that every aspect of our operations –

Everything Old is New Again

When I started my career in finance, one of the first realizations I had was that almost nothing was new. A “new” product in finance was almost always a resurrection of an old product or a retrofitting of an existing product to a new application. Truly new products were exceptionally rare.