The more, the merrier — Public Mint open to stablecoins from other networks
Introducing stablecoin rails to and from other blockchains; transfers available for USDC, other assets to be added in the future.
There are many different profiles of crypto investors. But they all have one thing in common: a strong opinion on insanely high gas fees. If that’s your case (and we’re pretty sure it is), we have good news for you.
Public Mint now supports Circle’s USDC to and from several different networks. That’s right, no more sky high rates when moving your stablecoins in or out of the Public Mint ecosystem — provided you’re using anything other than the Ethereum network.
Here’s the full list of stablecoin blockchains supported by Public Mint (new additions in bold):
- Ethereum (ETH)
- Algorand (ALGO)
- Avalanche (AVAX)
- Solana (SOL)
- TRON (TRX)
- Stellar (XLM)
This update was rolled out on the mobile app last week and today made it full circle, with web wallet integration up and running.
Up to this point, Public Mint supports Circle’s USDC, and even though it will remain so for the time being, work is underway to include a wider range of stablecoins in the near future.
Thank you, and see you on the other side 🟢
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.