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Is there any stable coin, which can already be used with smart contracts?

If not, is there a possibility to exchange a stable coin in real time into a smart contract feasible coin like ETH by help with a smart contract? E.g.:

Tether -> ETH

and back

ETH -> Tether

Many thanks in advance!

  • I think you could clarify your question. What is a stable coin? What do you want to do with it exactly? Do you speak about an ethereum token or about any crypto-coin? I do not know if it answers your questions but some tokens are traded on exchanges. – Distic Sep 1 '17 at 21:49
  • Stable coin = Tether, DAI, etc. I need to use a stable coin with a smart contract. – saitam Sep 2 '17 at 14:58
  • I'm sorry, I do not understand what is a stable price for you. What is stable in a stable coin? The coin itself (ie it will exist forever)? The price of the coin (USD Token)? The code of the coin? Something else? If you want to use a token in a smart contract, you only have to call the functions of the contract. Hopefully, the token will be an ERC20 token so it will have some standard function to call. – Distic Sep 5 '17 at 11:29
  • Stable coin = Tether, DAI, etc. These are coins which are bound to one fiat currency (e.g. USD) or a fiat currency basket (e.g. EUR+USD+CYN) – saitam Sep 8 '17 at 11:53
  • "stable" is a very bad name for that. It is more a fixed price token. But anyway you seem to know that such token exist, so why do you ask that ? Those tokens are tradable by smart contracts, see for example USDT. It is traded on some exchanges. You can also see ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/21583/… – Distic Sep 9 '17 at 7:56
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