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Supported Currencies
The use of all tokens come - at the very least - with regulatory risk and smart contract risks. Some other risks are included below.
Support - via payment links - for these tokens is not an endorsement of the safety of these tokens.

Trelis currently supports the generation of payment links for the following tokens:
  • USD Coin (USDC) - a fiat-backed stablecoin that aims to track the US dollar.
All supported tokens come with inherent risks, not limited to those described below.


USDC is a token issued by Circle Internet Financial Limited ("Circle").
As per the Circle website as of July 13th 2022:
"Known as a fully-reserved stablecoin, every digital dollar of USDC on the internet is 100% backed by cash and short-dated U.S. treasuries, so that it’s always redeemable 1:1 for U.S. dollars."
Details of the reserves backing USDC are available here.
Substantial risks associated with USDC include, but are not limited to:
  1. 1.
    Uncertainty over USDC tokenholder access to fiat dollar reserves in the case of bankruptcy of Circle [Journalistic Report from Matt Taibbi].
  2. 2.
    Possibility of token blacklisting. The number of access denied USDC tokens is small to date, but remains a possibility in certain circumstances [See June 2022 Report].
  3. 3.
    Regulatory Risk. The regulatory environment around stablecoins is volatile and may pose risks to the operation of Circle and/or the legality of USDC in certain jurisdictions.
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