Exchange-driven Bond Trading Built on Blockchain

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Smaller ticket sizes. Instant settlement. Diversification Opportunities.

 

How does BondbloX achieve these?

BONDBLOX IS

Powered by Blockchain

Blockchain allows all participants in a network to have the same unalterable history of transactions and requires all transactions to be signed by known parties.

 

BondbloX adopts Hyperledger Sawtooth, an enterprise blockchain platform for building distributed ledger applications and networks. BondbloX uses Sawtooth PBFT, a voting-based consensus algorithm that provides Byzantine fault tolerance with finality.

BONDBLOX RUNS

Best Execution

BondbloX uses an electronic order matching system that matches buy and sell orders using price-time priority. BondbloX orders are run against all participants and strictly does not offer off-exchange trading or separate trading channels.

BondbloX ensures best execution on the platform.

BONDBLOX WORKS

Conceptually like DRs

Familiar with depositary receipts? A DR allows a company to “re-list” its shares or debt securities on a foreign stock exchange. BondbloX allows an existing secondary market bond to be “re-listed” with a smaller minimum denomination.

BONDBLOX IS

Dual Fungible with Existing Bonds

Smooth flows are key. BondbloX maintains a bridge with the interbank market to allow fractionalisation of “traditional bonds” into BondbloX and conversion of BondbloX into “traditional bonds”.

BONDBLOX IS

Digital

Gone are the days of picking up phone calls.

 

BondbloX is digital. Trade on an electronic interface, input orders directly, watch your trades get matched and settled.

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“The BondbloX Bond Exchange is established and operated by Bondevalue Pte. Ltd ("BondEvalue"). BondEvalue is regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore as a Recognised Market Operator ("RMO") and exempted from Section 49(1) of the Securities and Futures Act (Cap. 289) ("SFA") under Section 49(7) of the SFA.”