Federal Reserve: Stabilizing the currency crisis or undermining global finance

According to CoinDesk, on Friday, the Federal Reserve Board said in its semi-annual Financial Stability Report that the stabilization of the currency crisis could cause serious damage to the global economy and outline the steps that issuers must take. The report is based on the worst-case outcome of the stable currency, that is, the issuer's run, which will cause the stable currency holders to panic and demand a refund of legal tender. In extreme cases, holders may not be able to liquidate, which may have serious consequences for economic activity, asset prices or financial stability in the United States or internationally.