VXLD brings liquidity, financial freedom and stability to the blockchain
VXLD is a blockchain-based real-world currency that ensures worldwide liquidity, financial freedom, and market stability in volatile markets. VXLD is a stable-value currency that is pegged exactly to the US dollar.
VXL Dollar, which was launched in 2021, is the first brand-new stablecoin backed by physical precious metals held in custody by the UAE’s largest security houses. Currently, there is a supply of 2 billion VXLD backed by nickel wire isotopes.
To facilitate trading, VXLD tokens are produced on four main VM-compatible blockchains: VXL Network, Ethereum, Tron, and Polygon.
On the VXL Network blockchain, VXL Dollar is the native stablecoin.
VXL Network is a next-generation blockchain that uses an AI-powered delegated proof-of-vote (AIDPOV) consensus mechanism to significantly improve scalability, security, and interoperability for the future of digital assets, decentralized applications, and Web3. VXL Network is an eco-friendly, sustainable solution for users and the future of blockchain because it does not rely on mining or minting.
VXL Dollar can be moved, saved, spent, and withdrawn just like any other cryptocurrency to meet the needs of its token holders.
VXLD is a token with multiple uses. It offers six primary services:
- System of payment
- Exchange liquidity pools
- Swaps NFT markets
- Central bank
- utility application for the metaverse
- Nft Marketplaces
Our stablecoin is available for purchase on regulated exchanges as well as decentralized finance platforms. As a result, we can assist traders and speculators in avoiding the risks associated with other cryptocurrencies.
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