I have seen people and witnesses claim the HBD needs to be a stable coin so that payouts can be stable for funding projects(funding of 200HBD per day to X project for example). If it isn't stable then people are getting "more value" than their request, if HBD is 3 USD each a month later and the original request for funding for the project was 100 HBD at 1 USD each, then they are getting 200 USD more of value per day than they wanted.
Instead of spending all this time trying to make the shitcoin that is HBD(previously SBD) into a stable coin, why not use price feeds. The requestor asks for "100 USD per day of compensation" and the price feeds that are run by everyone and their brother have code in place to convert how much HBD that should be at the time. Why doesn't this work? Has anyone thought of this?
Seems like my suggestion solves this problem for having stablized incoming funding. I don't care about the other reasons people give for wanting a stable coin on the chain because it's truly not needed. It's been years and years of not having a true stable coin, time to admit defeat and abolish it. Many other projects exist with decentralized stablecoins that actually work, time to move on.