USD Coin

USD Coin is a regulated stablecoin issued by a consortium that includes major crypto exchange Coinbase. It is fully backed with dollar deposits, held with US banks, and these reserves are regularly audited and the results published to give holders and traders confidence that USDC is capitalised adequately. USDC can be transferred and traded on the Ethereum blockchain, while maintaining its $ 1 price and being fully compliant with US law.

What is USD Coin?

USDC has become a popular stablecoin in the crypto trading and DeFi world. As a regulated token, there is a high degree of transparency concerning its reserves, and it tends to stick very closely to its $1 peg. USDC is listed by many exchanges, with a large number of cryptocurrencies traded against it. It has been integrated into many DeFi protocols and DEXs. Like other centralised and fiat-backed stablecoins, the issuer has a degree of control over USDC, and can blacklist certain addresses if required by law enforcement, preventing token transactions being made by these parties.

USDC Price Chart

AUD 1.29
AUD 0.00 (0.23%)
AUD 5,301,378,349.00
AUD 1.31
AUD 1.27
Market Cap:
AUD 16,814,719,896

0.773305 USD Coin = 1 Australian Dollar (AUD)

USDC [USD Coin]AUD [Australian Dollar]
0.01 USD Coin=0.0129 Australian Dollar
0.1 USD Coin=0.1293 Australian Dollar
1 USD Coin=1.2932 Australian Dollar
2 USD Coin=2.5863 Australian Dollar
3 USD Coin=3.8795 Australian Dollar
5 USD Coin=6.4658 Australian Dollar
10 USD Coin=12.9315 Australian Dollar
20 USD Coin=25.8630 Australian Dollar
50 USD Coin=64.6575 Australian Dollar
100 USD Coin=129.3151 Australian Dollar
1000 USD Coin=1293.1508 Australian Dollar