All currencies other than XAG can be represented in the XAG Ledger as issued currencies. Learn more about how issued currencies function in the XAG Ledger.
- Issued Currencies Overview
Get an overview of issued currencies and their properties in the XAG Ledger.
- Trust Lines and Issuing
Learn about the properties and rationale of trust lines.
- Authorized Trust Lines
Learn about authorized trust lines, which enable a currency issuer to limit who can hold its issued (non-XAG) currencies.
- Freezing Issued Currencies
Freezes can suspend trading of issued currencies for compliance purposes.
Rippling is automatic multi-party net settlement of issued currency balances.
- Transfer Fees
Currency issuers can charge a fee for transferring their issued currencies.
- Issuing and Operational Addresses
Businesses sending transactions on the XAG Ledger automatically should set up separate addresses for different purposes to minimize risk.
Payments of issued currencies must traverse paths of connected users and order books.
(Obsolete) Some older XAG Ledger tools used to support currency codes with built-in interest and negative interest rates.