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Due to recent regulatory changes in Australia, CoinSpot can no longer offer their trading services to Unverified International Accounts.

Please note, you have not lost access to your CoinSpot account or your current balance, but there are restrictions in place whereby Buying, Selling and Trading activity has now been disabled.

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What is Reserve Rights?

Reserve Rights token (RSR) is part of Reserve's stablecoin ecosystem. The team aims to build a stablecoin that can't be shut down, accompanied by a network of decentralised fiat on/off ramps.

  • The Reserve Rights token (RSR) is a cryptocurrency used to facilitate the stability of the Reserve token.
  • The Reserve token (RSV) is a stable cryptocurrency that seeks to be held and spent similar to dollars and other stable fiat currencies.
  • The Reserve Protocol can be integrated with any smart contract platform, or on its own chain.

The Reserve team believe a dollar-independent stablecoin will create opportunities to overcome economic uncertainty in many countries around the world.

How do I sell Reserve Rights?

Enter the amount of Reserve Rights (or Australian Dollar equivalent) that you would like to sell.
Click ’Sell’ to confirm your Reserve Rights sale and your Reserve Rights will process within minutes.
Don't have an account? Click here.