Reserve stablecoins are backed by a basket of cryptocurrencies managed by smart contracts, as opposed to other stablecoins, which are typically backed by US dollars (USD) held in reserve in a bank account controlled by the stablecoin issuer or a trusted custodian.
This basket will initially consist of Ethereum stablecoin assets such as USD Coin (USDC), True USD (TUSD), and Paxos (PAX), but there are plans to eventually transition to a more diverse basket that will include fiat currencies, securities, commodities, and complex asset types such as synthetics and derivatives.
The Reserve Rights token, which is minted and sold when the RSV stablecoin loses its peg to the US dollar, is arguably Reserve's most distinguishing feature.
The proceeds from the sale of RSR tokens are used to replenish the RSV collateral pool, whereas when RSV is worth more than $1, the additional collateral is used to purchase and burn RSR from the secondary market, reducing supply.
Arbitrageurs can benefit from this mechanism when RSV is valued at more than $1.00 by purchasing RSV at $1.00 from the Reserve smart contract using RSR and then selling it at the current market price to profit from the difference.
This option is currently only available to RSR holders and is one of the main drivers for holding RSR tokens.
Reserve Rights (RSR) price equal to $0.065 USD at 2021-24-04 here’s a price prediction on Reserve Rights (RSR)
Furthermore, By the end of 2021 we believe the price of Reserve Rights (RSR) will be around $0.26 - $0.47 USD.