📄️ Assets Overview
Issuing assets is a core feature of Stellar cryptocurrencies (such as bitcoin or ether), fiat currencies (such as dollars or pesos), other tokens of value (such as NFTs), pool shares, or even bonds and equity. Any Stellar account can issue an asset, and since anyone can set up an account, anyone can issue assets: banks, payment processors, money service businesses, for-profit enterprises, nonprofits, local communities, and individuals. It’s a self-serve process with no permission needed.
📄️ Asset Design Considerations
Issuing and distribution accounts
📄️ Issue an Asset Tutorial
In this tutorial, we will walk through the steps to issue an asset on the Stellar test network.
📄️ Publish Information About An Asset
Stellar assets are defined by who issued them, what they represent, and the terms and conditions for their use. These should all be defined and made public by the issuer in a Stellar info file. It’s crucial to provide clear information about what it represents. On Stellar, you do that by linking your issuing account to a home domain, publishing a Stellar info file on that domain, and making sure that file is complete and accurate.