Stable coins are called “stable” because their value remains stable most of the time. They were created because people needed a cryptocurrency that could act as a form of payment without having to worry about its price constantly going up and down.A stable coin is simply a cryptocurrency with its value pegged to the value of a real-world asset. i.e., a fiat currency, a precious asset, or even another cryptocurrency.
In December 2021 the New Zealand Government approved a Class Exception for certain tech workers to come to New Zealand as critical workers.
This means that eligible companies may bring eligible people to New Zealand as "Other Critical Workers" holding a Critical Purpose Visitor Visa, provided they meet the criteria and are nominated by the industry via the process outlined here.
The Class Exception allows for 600 workers who, if eligible, may bring partners and children with them. All applications are also subject to general immigration requirements such as character and health criteria.