Someone needs to pay for volatility somehow. By saying that fees are avoidable you seem to be implying that there is a free lunch to be had with this asset class.

It’s already hard enough for your readers to grasp how fees counterbalance volatility, now you seem to be introducing a concept where there is no fees.

Who pays for future volatility? How? What good is adoption if the issuers have no monetary incentive to lock up collateral reserves which underpin the value of the stablecoin asset. This forces issuers to employ hidden taxes and fees which are less obvious but just as, if not more, costly.

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