Why might you want to do this? In addition to using the assets for some service or utility, there's a potential arbitrage opportunity. Arbitrageurs—traders who profit from small price discrepancies—help to keep the price of LUSD in check by selling Lite for LUSD when the price of LUSD is below $1 and buying Lite when :LUSD is worth more than $1. If, for example, LUSD slips to $0.95, traders can then buy a bunch at that price but sell it for $1 of Lite. In doing so, LUSD supply is reduced and, therefore, the price heads back up.