Many derivatives in financial markets are contracts for exchange of funds based on the outcome of a given event or parameter value. For example, a CFD (Contract for Difference) or a non-deliverable futures are contracts that require payment based on the market price of their underlying assets (stocks, commodities), but without exchanging the assets themselves. The contract participants just need the asset price. Oracles allow users to enter into similar contracts depending on the information about external events and use VEOs as a currency. Stable cryptocurrencies can be created in such manner tied as the underlying to the dollar or other relatively stable assets. But the network would be transacting in VEO units, thus eliminating the need to increase its processing capacity.