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How to fund your Public Mint account using USDC

USD Coin (USDC) is the first stablecoin funding method for the Public Mint blockchain, providing a simple gateway to fund your Public Mint account with USD in addition to bank transfers. This video explains how to fund your Public Mint account with USD using Circle’s USDC stablecoin.

In addition to funding your account, USDC is also is a crucial piece of the EARN program, fully integrated and used as a gateway between the Public Mint fiat-native blockchain and the vibrant universe of DeFi/CeFi on Ethereum — and in the future, multiple other networks.

With USDC funding available, users from all over the world can access the earnings opportunities of Public Mint EARN, as well as the benefits of a fiat-native blockchain.

Disclaimer

While we bootstrap liquidity in the network during this early testing stage, withdrawing from the Public Mint blockchain in the form of USDC might be subject to the availability of USDC liquidity in the system. Therefore, we don’t recommend depositing high amounts before the launch of the EARN program.

About Public Mint

Public Mint is an open and complete blockchain platform for fiat money, where funds are fully collateralized and held on deposit with regulated, FDIC-insured institutions. Public Mint offers an open, fiat-native blockchain and APIs, ready for anyone to build fiat-based applications and accept credit cards, ACH, wire transfers, stablecoins and more. On top of that, the Public Mint EARN platform offers users automated and diversified returns on USD assets, leveraging the power of blockchain and DeFi.

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