Breaking Barriers: Archblock Launches Tokenized Fund For Global Investors
- Archblock’s tokenized U.S. Treasury Bills fund is now available on their marketplace.
- The fund offers liquidity and short-term yields for non-U.S. USDC holders and on-chain investors.
Archblock launches tokenized U.S. Treasury Bills fund on their marketplace, providing liquidity and short-term yields for non-U.S. USDC holders and on-chain investors.
Archblock, formerly known as TrustToken, has announced the launch of a tokenized Adapt3r Short-Term U.S. Treasury Bill Fund, which provides non-U.S. USDC holders and non-U.S. on-chain investors access to liquidity and short-term U.S. Treasury bill yields. Investors seeking U.S. Treasury Bill yields and other unique investment opportunities can conduct due diligence and review each manager’s investment strategies on the Marketplace.
The smart contracts and software streamline and automate the execution of fund operations, allowing asset managers to offer scalable investment opportunities. The platform has the potential to exhibit cost-efficient financial services by bypassing the intermediation chain, which is a traditional finance requirement that adds friction to the portfolio management process.
Investors interested in deploying capital on Archblock’s marketplace must connect their wallets and go through Archblock’s Know Your Customer/Know Your Business and Anti-Money Laundering onboarding process. Once an investor’s wallet has been whitelisted on Archblock’s marketplace, they may deploy capital in any portfolios they are eligible for.
The low marginal costs of decentralized finance and Archblock’s software reflect its operational efficiencies, which contrasts with traditional financial institutions’ high share of labor and operational cost. The firm aims to democratize access to alternative assets, which are typically difficult to access in traditional financial markets.
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