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Brief explanation of i-ONE B2B Stable Coin

The main purpose of the project of i-ONE B2B Stable Coin is to create the Ethereum-based ERC-20 token that enables users to easily purchase, sell, trade, store or transfer their investment grade gold. This task can be performed conveniently and safely while maintaining users' anonymity. It must keep in mind that the ERC-20 i-ONE B2B Stable Coin is physically stored as gold in the security vaults of the Barclays Bank, the Deutsche Bank and the HSBC Bank. As the liquidity is guaranteed, i-ONE B2B Stable Coin takes the form of a Stable Coin (encryption designed to minimize volatility) because the price of the i-ONE B2B Stable Coin is directly linked to the current spot price of gold.

The reliability can be easily obtained through the Ethereum block chain platform, which is well known for its ERC-20 token support and smart contract functions. Therefore, if a user purchases a single i-ONE B2B Stable Coin, then the amount of transaction circulated under the smart contract is kept in the vaults of the Barclays Bank, the Deutsche Bank and the HSBC Bank. In this way, users will be fully protected from liquidity problems. Because enough amount of gold is possessed always enough to cover all the tokens in circulation. Users can easily purchase, sell and trade gold whenever they think it appropriate.

When one i-ONE B2B Stable Coin is used

it allows the purchase of 1 mg of 99.99% pure gold. In terms of the token price, since the parent company is the liquidity provider, it is able to purchase gold at a price very close to the current market interest rate. Users are also able to perform unlimited deals as they like. In order to provide outstanding reliability, all of the gold purchased through i-ONE B2B Stable Coin are supposed to store in the bank's security vault under the partnership with the Barclays Bank, the Deutsche Bank and the HSBC Bank. The project of i-ONE B2B Stable Coin also makes transparency a top priority with regard to the amount of i-ONE B2B Stable Coin currently in circulation and the total amount of the actual gold stored. The Barclays Bank, the Deutsche Bank and the HSBC Bank also conduct audits of their vaults to determine the total amount of the gold in storage. Token users can check the real-time audits and the certificate of vaults free from any anxiety.