The total supply for stablecoin USDC has risen by 42% since March 1
March 19, 2020, 12:43PM EDT
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The supply for the USDC stablecoin has jumped significantly since the start of the month.
The market capitalization for the dollar-backed stablecoin has climbed by approximately $200 million since March 1, now surpassing the $600 million benchmark. This figure represents a 42% increase, based on data collected by The Block.
According to a Wednesday blog post by cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, "more and more consumers and institutions turn to USDC as a trusted means to weather the turbulence."
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