The stablecoin idea described in the Exeum paper is patent free. Anybody interested in implementing a completely decentralized stablecoin can utilize the idea without intellectual property issues.
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Exeum is a stablecoin platform based on decentralized Forex margin trading between fiat and cryptocurrencies.
Fully backed by virtual assets. No need for overcollaterization. Free from black swan events and automatic liquidation.
Pay in Exeum tokens and immediately receive stablecoins. No market fluctuations due to limited supply.
No stability fees or dynamic transaction fees.
Own any fiat currency you want, as much as you need. Hassle-free cross-border trading.
Anyone can run the software and join the operation. Rewards are directly proportional to the amount of peg broken.
Market operations, collaterals and price feeds are decentralized. No point of centralized control, nor a selected group taking profit out of system operation.
Jaehyung previously served as the co-founder and CTO of Enswers, a multimedia search company. It was acquired by KT in 2011 for $40M, and by Gracenote in 2015. He has 15+ years of industry experience with large-scale systems. He has been granted over 40 patents, including 22 in the US. Jaehyung received his BS in Computer Science and PhD in Bio & Brain Engineering from KAIST.
Co-founder + Research
Minhyung was the Principal Research Engineer at Gracenote. He has 10+ years of industry experience in applying AI to production. He presented two deep learning papers at NIPS in 2015 and 2017. He is passionate about algorithmic trading and AI-driven market making strategies. Minhyung holds a BS in Electrical & Computer Engineering from SNU and a MS in Biosystems from KAIST.
Co-founder + Business Development
Sherman was formerly the VP of Video Personalization at Gracenote. He was the co-founder of Enswers (acquired by Gracenote), co-founder of Evixar (acquired by LG), CEO of Soompi (acquired by Crunchyroll) and entrepreneur-in-residence at SoftBank Ventures. Sherman received his degree in Computer Systems Engineering from Stanford University.