Reserve Rights (RSR) is an ERC-20 token that will serve two main purposes for the Reserve Protocol: insuring Reserve stablecoins (RTokens) through staking and governing them through proposing & voting on changes to their configuration. The Reserve Rights (RSR) token was launched in May 2019 following a successful initial exchange offering (IEO) on the Huobi Prime platform. What is Reserve Rights (RSR) used for? Besides being the governance token for Reserve stablecoins (RTokens), by which changes to RTokens can be proposed & voted for with RSR, Reserve Rights exists as a backstop to make Reserve stablecoin (RToken) holders whole in the unlikely event of a collateral token default. In order for RSR holders to provide this insurance, they can decide to stake on any one RToken, or divide their RSR tokens by staking on multiple RTokens. RSR holders can also decide not to stake their RSR at all.