Frequently Asked Questions
As the explosive success of peer-to-peer lending sites has shown, there is tremendous room for added efficiency in the distribution of capital, and blockchains open doors to more investment without borders. Many people in the world suffer from inflationary currencies and a lack of positive real-return investment options. They turn to ponzi-finance as an alternative to less toxic but lower yielding financial products and then suffer the most when those schemes inevitably collapse. People need a safe alternative that provides a high, but realistic return, and taps into the yields made possible because of the demand for leverage capital in the cryptocurrency markets.
Yes… Bond is a secure crypto savings vehicle. If capital preservation is important to you Bond is a viable option. Bond offers a competitive minimum projected return of 8% per annum.
If you have an account you can redeem Bond after (365 days from Bond sale date) via the redeem feature in your dashboard. If you do not have an account, you will need to sign up and create an account, then you will be able to access the redeem feature. Your Bond will be redeemed at the “Net Asset Value ” yearly % rate. Each year from initial launch of Bond we will offer a % rate of redemption to all Bond holders. payments are subject to available liquidity and settled in Bitusd.
Quarterly distributions are made on the last day of each quarter. The first quarterly distribution will be made on the 31st of March 2018
Digitalization is the use of digital technologies to change a business model and provide new revenue and value-producing opportunities. While using the legal structures of traditional wealth management, BOND is the first to use the Bitshares blockchain to issue a security backed by real securities and competitive, sustainble interest rates. As wealth management products in developing nations slow in growth and fraudulent products prey on those least able to suffer the loss, it’s time that a reliable global savings option became available.
Decentralization is the process of redistributing or dispersing functions, powers, people or things away from a central location or authority. Bitcoin secures its ledger, colloquially referred to as the “the blockchain”, with proof-of-work hashing power distributed across many for-profit miners running extensive computer hardware on 6 continents. Much of this mining power is concentrated in the top 5 mining pools, but also the composition of that top 5 has been very fluid compared to other industries. The Bitshares blockchain allows asset creation, distribution of assets and peer to peer trading via the Bitshares decentralised exchange. By proving a decentralised way for asset issuance and trade to occur, global Capital can gain greater fungibility and optionality, protecting itself from confiscation and Capital controls.
On the 31 Aug 2017 Euskara Management ltd (BOND) filed an exemption notice to issue securities with the SEC. This Notice was accepted by the SEC. Subject to Bond meeting the terms and conditions of this exemption (Reg D: Rule 506c) Bond is permitted to sell securities in the United States.
In the US, Accredited /qualified investors are classified as meeting certain criteria, such as having an annual income of at least $200,000 in each of the past two years ($300,000 for joint income) or a net worth of at least $1 million excluding the value of one’s primary residence. In the UK, High Networth Individuals meet this classification. Please consult with regulating authority of your resident jurisdiction, as they may have different criteria to meet this classification.
Once your account is verified you will receive 4 unique payment addresses (BTC, ETH, LTC and BCC). These are your unique payment addresses for BOND. These payment addresses will not change. Please make sure you check the address before sending any payment for BOND. Once the BOND allocation is sold out we will withdraw your assigned payment addresses from view, this will signal the end of BOND allocation sale. Please do not send funds after this period as BOND will not be issued.
No, Bond is considered a “restricted security” meaning that the security cannot be sold for at least 1 year, without registering them. These are the terms and conditions set out by the SEC.