Twogap is intended to create an innovative blockchain platform to intensly design the liquidity, assist the realignment and landing of common financial products such as bonds, stocks, commodities in terms of cryptomarket. Twogap is ready to go further after blockchain-based bonds issuance. Twogap is not only elaborated to blockchainize the issuance and handle of digital bonds, such as the World Bank ones, but can also encrypt new type of securities, called cryptobonds, with the aim of monetizing them.
Cryptobonds are intended to be used as a secure cryptoasset, and are going to be traded for traditional commodities and other altcoins. In its circle of existance it is used as a stable currency of virtual currency, which is partly similar to USDT stablecoin, so it is probable to make trades likely to USDT coin. The situation is that this is a kind of cryptocurrency is able to replace such stablecoins as USDT, TrueUSD, Stronghold. Cryptobonds are also a kind of investment asset, a commodity and a kind of bank deposit, which reqiures to be bought, sold and traded with.
Twogap team prepared a longterm technology that will affect the whole cryptomarket, providing proactive liquidity, creating unparalleled levels of existance for cryptobonds and similar financial assets. Common securities are to be tokenized by means of the large focal systems of the financial market are the cryptocurrency trading platform and usual stock exchanges. Twogap will create a direct bridge between usual Securities Exchanges and Crypto Exchanges for faster and more secure transaction processing, Crypto-fiat trades and bank payments.
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|Start||August 1, 2019|
|End||November 30, 2019|
|Soft cap||$10 000 000|
|Hard cap||$30 000 000|
|Minimum investment||50.00 TGT|
|Tokens for sale||69300000000|
Cryptobonds is just another fairytale for the gullible investors who don't mind jumping headfirst into an endeavor, organized by a startup that has little to no guarantees of liquidity, thus no foreseeable prospects. It's not the time to invest in questionable financial products based on digital currencies because they pose a prime target for governments, especially the Asian ones. So, Twogap is just another crypto startup on my "read-and-disregarded" list.
Marcion_Krups January 21, 2021 Reply
However powerful the marketing campaign or vividly described the project's perks, I won't be getting anywhere near some crypto financial products, except for the cryptocurrencies themselves. I might miss out on some opportunities, but I tend to stick to my motto of "better safe than sorry." The governments are getting much tougher on cryptocurrencies and the associated products, especially the ones of the US and China. I can't risk having my money in crypto bonds, offered by TwoGap since it opens up too much space for the regulators to maneuver.
Julius_Irwin December 23, 2020 Reply
I like the solution presented by TwoGap, which involves the issuance of cryptobonds on the basis of Ethereum smart contracts. It has all the mechanics that are inherent to the traditional bonds, such as the creation of coupons with the subsequent payment of interest in ETH. But the thing is that it's all good only in theory. The reality of crypto bonds, on the other hand, is most likely to get shattered by the regulators, just look at how tedious was the process of Bakkt approval.
DorianGrey September 8, 2019 Reply