The forcing requirement that a POS blockchain include a token acting in the role of currency, presents a unique opportunity in the development of innovative stablecoins. The key issue faced by any currency creator is ensuring that at inception the currency provides utility. Currency adoption represents the epitome of network effects. A single individual (or even a small or disconnected group) obtains no utility from a currency if they are the only one who has adopted it or if the currency has not yet generated trust. Thus far, cryptocurrencies have solved this problem by either pegging their value (through some method of collateralization) to a fiat currency or commodity, as in the case of stablecoins; or by establishing dynamics of investment opportunities where the primary utility, and thus price support, is derived from an expectation of price appreciation.