Magic Internet Money (MIM), a US dollar-pegged stablecoin of the Abracadabra ecosystem, joins the growing list of tokens losing their $1 value amid an untimely crypto winter. The sudden de-pegging of the MIM token commenced roughly on June 17, 7:40 pm ET, which saw the token’s price drop to $0.926 in just three hours.
Five days ago, on June 13, Stablecoin protocol USDD’s price dipped to $0.97 on major crypto exchanges.
1/ And it’s starting$USDD is currently just 92% collateralized by the Reserves (even considering $TRX funds) ⚠️
If you subtract $TRX, it turns out collateralization ratio is currently 73%
Also, the 140M $USDT are not really USDT, but jUSDT pic.twitter.com/fKYaIQEd1D
— Res ®️ (@resdegen) June 12, 2022
To help out during the market fluctuations, the Tron DAO Reserve announced that it received 700 million USD Coin (USDC) to defend the USDD peg. As a result of the fund infusion, the team behind the stablecoin explained that the collateralization ratio of USDD is now boosted to 300%.