If you are reading this, then you are most likely interested in finance, investments, or innovation. Or maybe you are just a random reader who was brought here by interconnected network of marketing and links in world wide web. In either case, you will be amazed by what you will see here!
Let’s begin our journey…
Most likely, you are well aware of what is Bitcoin, what are cryptocurrencies, stocks, and bonds. If so, you know very well that whatever asset is out there, or investment (even funds) – they can easily get you, or someone you know, or even the entire nations get anxious once the screens turn red and people start losing money. These cases make people go broke, families break, companies go bankrupt, people get fired, and entire nations turn into chaos!
These are not stories from nightmares or series about suddenly rich financiers, but rather are recent reality which investors expect to happen again in the near future.
But what if there would be a way to manage this risk? What if we could show you a way to ensure that you don’t lose more than you invested? What if we show you that while someone earns from Bitcoin 10% daily, you can earn 100%, or even more? And that is without leverage, and without risk of being liquidated. Intrigued? Then get ready for a journey of a thousand li!
We are glad to present you – Tranched Value Securities (TVS) [patent pending]. No – it’s not what would you expect with stablecoins, options, futures, new funds, IEO/STO/ICO/DeFi/etc., new financial pyramids and Ponzi’s…
Tranched Value Security is patented innovative financial instrument which is not available elsewhere! It allows you to split a single underlying (Bitcoin, stock, or any other asset) into multiple “independent” securities – TVSs and earn different returns from them. They are “independent” because they will still be driven by the same fundamental factors as the underlying, but due to their unique features, each TVS will earn different return. Moreover – TVS issued with your Bitcoin (for example), can have completely different returns from TVSs issued by your friend.
How does it work? Quite simple: imagine that you have one Bitcoin, assume the price is $6,000 (yes, we all wish it still would cost that ;) and you issue 2 TVSs backed by it – Senior, and Junior. Each TVS has a variable value share (VVS) of 50% of Bitcoin market price, or a fixed value share (FVS) of $3,000. So far, they are identical, right? Yes, and here innovation would stop, if would be no additional feature: for each TVS (be it Senior or Junior) to claim value of underlying Bitcoin, a higher level TVS’s claim must be satisfied first (in this case Senior is the most and only senior tranche). That means that before Junior TVS can make a claim, Senior’s must be satisfied in full first.
In such a simple setup, see below what happens: when the price of Bitcoin declines – Junior tranche loses first. However, when price starts increasing afterwards, Junior TVS is compensated by a magnified return. At the same time Senior one does not decline below its fixed value share, but still earns positive return when Bitcoin goes up.
Imagine what will happen with 3, 4, 5 or even 10 TVSs with the same underlying… You can customize the level of risk and return you are willing to accept by modifying fixed value share and variable value share, and sell the unnecessary part to someone who wants to keep that! This allows you to satisfy your most desirable wishes about investment and your financial goals. And this is the way financial system was supposed to work, but nobody fixed it, until recently!
Tranched Value Securities open a new world for anyone who has any interest or relation with money, and wants to start an infinite journey because it does not simply expand markets, it creates new markets!
We are excited to reveal some of our upcoming developments and we hope you will join us on this journey.
You can learn more about Tranched Value Securities (TVS) from our short explainer video on YouTube, or from the long-read:“Everything you wanted to know about BTC TVS but were afraid to ask!”