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ROKS: The Only Stablecoin that Tracks CPI-Adjusted-USD


If and when the USD substantially weakens, all stablecoins pegged to USD would have to substantially weaken also. Except ROKS. ROKS is pegged to CPI-adjusted-USD such that 1 ROKS is not always 1 USD. 1 ROKS can be $1.2 or $1.7; or even $10 if USD inflates to one-tenth of its value now.

The Medium article linked here explains 1) why all stablecoins would have to inflate also if the USD inflates; and 2) how we are going to keep the value of ROKS within a tight range around the CPI-adjusted-USD.

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