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Chinese banking giant withdraws $ 3 billion in blockchain bond listing

The $ 3 billion blockchain bond was officially withdrawn.

China Construction Bank’s $ 3 billion blockchain bond is said to have been withdrawn after an initial delay

The Fusang Exchange, a Malaysian cryptocurrency exchange that was supposed to list the bond, announced that the bond had been withdrawn at the request of the issuer.

Reuters reported on November 23 that the Labuan CCB subsidiary informed the Fusang Exchange on November 20 that the bond issue would not take place.

The blockchain bond should be from Longbond Ltd. issued.

This is a special platform that was opened exclusively for the issuance of digital bonds and the payment of the proceeds at the CCB Labuan

Am 13. November, als die Anleihe gehandelt werden sollte, gab die Börse Fusang Exchange offiziell bekannt, dass die Blockchain-Anleihe im Wert von 3 Mrd. US-Dollar „auf Wunsch des Emittenten“ verschoben wurde. Dem jüngsten Bericht zufolge erhielt die Fusang Exchange einen Brief von CCB Labuan im Namen von Longbond, in dem die Notierung verschoben wurde.

Wie bereits berichtet, plante die CCB, eine der größten Banken der Welt, mit der Anleihe bis zu 3 Mrd. US-Dollar aufzubringen. Zu Beginn war eine erste Tranche von 58 Mio. US-Dollar geplant.

Initial reports indicated that interested buyers could swap Bitcoin ( BTC ) and other cryptocurrencies for the bond as the bond would be tokenized and traded on a cryptocurrency exchange. This claim has been denied by the CCB.